A Taste of Trinidad


Just when you think that Brooklyn couldn’t possibly be home to yet another supper club, one comes along that stands apart from the crowd. Crow Hill Supper Club, a new monthly dining experience set within a century-old home in Crown Heights, has the distinction of being created by Noah Arenstein, a founder of Real Cheap Eats. This Saturday is the club’s first-ever dinner, featuring a delicious menu prepared by Crystal Voisin of Crown Heights-based pop-up Lena’s Kitchen. Voisin hails from Trinidad, which is renowned for a unique cuisine that combines native ingredients with Indian and Chinese influences, among others. She will be serving up classic Trini favorites like bake and shark, stewed chicken and chow mein. A $55 ticket includes all the food you could possibly eat and limitless rum punch.

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