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.