How We Ate, Drank and Danced at the McKittrick with Underground Eats

With endless aphrodisiacs, a cameo by Salvador Dali and other interactive eating-as-theater elements, the Underground Eats kickoff event was worthy of the title, “Absurdity at the McKittrick Hotel.”

On this evening the McKittrick–home to the hands-on, MacBethian performance experience, “Sleep No More”–became a Depression-era speakeasy with actors and guests adorned accordingly. There were flappers and sugar daddys, Prohibition-era cocktails and plenty of dancing. The edible lineup included absinthe, oysters, lobster, and foie gras, and VIP tickets included a tour of the Sleep No More sets and a provocative performance by a banana-bottomed dancer.  Check out the slideshow for pictures our Edible East End photo editor Lindsay Morris snapped.  For more info on Underground Eats’ next event (and even more photos of our wild night), click here.

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