Neutral Zone’s 2017 Beefsteak Dinner

. December 29, 2016.
The event promises unlimited choice-cut beef, craft beer and merriment
The event promises unlimited choice-cut beef, craft beer and merriment

Be gone with tiny portions and new age ingredients. The Beefsteak tradition started in the late 1860’s when butchers would grill choice cuts of meat in the kitchens of nearby saloons, providing a simple feast of meat and beer. This tradition of communal feasts and eating with your fingers is revived with the 2017 Beefsteak Dinner. The event promises unlimited choice-cut beef, craft beer and merriment. Revelers are asked to wear their Sunday best. All proceeds benefit The Neutral Zone. —JB

Sunday, January 15. 5pm. $75/ticket or $125/pair.
The Last Word, 301 W Huron St.
amy@neutral-zone.org or call (734)214-9995 ext.223

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