Kick it Rat Pack-style this Thursday night when comedian Jonny Cigar and his traveling wine saloon, The Noble Rot, transform Dixon Place in the Lower East Side into the “Sinatra Simulacra,” an ode to the ’60s-era Las Vegas. There will be plenty of poker tables, where model/poker dealer Dominque Vance of Poker Ace will be giving out lessons.
That’s not the best part. Cocktail waitresses will be handing out specialty cocktails prepared by Jane Danger of PDT and the always dapper Mayur Subbaro of the L Magazine’s best cocktail bar of the year Dram. The good thing is your $55 ticket gets you access to an open bar, meaning you’ll be sipping more cocktails than ol’ Blue Eyes on a bender.
Speaking of Frank, Jonny will be crooning Sinatra’s greatest hits with the accompaniment of a full brass band. It’ll be your classiest night in the Lower East Side since you wore that tuxedo shirt to Welcome to the Johnson’s.
Thursday, April 14th, 8pm at Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street at Delancey Street