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"Maine Squeeze" LOBSTER BAKE @ Hotel Chantelle Rooftop

Hotel Chantelle

Weekly Event - Every Sunday: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)

"Maine Squeeze" LOBSTER BAKE @ Hotel Chantelle Rooftop

Event Details

Sundays after Brunch, we kick off our MAINE SQUEEZE lobster bake with $25 buckets of Red Stripe and reggae played by Marcus Burrows, who will be accompanied by a live drummer.

$29.92 PER PERSON *FREE BEER or COCKTAIL WITH ADVANCE PURCHASE

Includes 1 Whole Maine Lobster, steamed little neck clams, baked red russet potatoes, farm fresh corn on cob. Deliciously prepared by Chef Seth Levine

$25 BEER BUCKET & COCKTAIL SPECIALS

Must call and make reservations for your preferred time 212-254-9100.

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Taxes and gratuity are not included in ticket price. Cannot Combine with Any Other Offer or Promotion.

This Event is 21+ with proper ID

*THERE IS A NO REFUND POLICY ON THIS EVENT


Have questions about "Maine Squeeze" LOBSTER BAKE @ Hotel Chantelle Rooftop? Contact Hotel Chantelle

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Hotel Chantelle
92 Ludlow St
New York, NY 10002

Weekly Event - Every Sunday: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM (EDT)


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Hotel Chantelle

Despite its name, Hotel Chantelle isn’t really a hotel. It takes its name from a World War II French safe house whose influences run throughout the trilevel lounge. Visitors enter through unmarked doors, finding a vintage bar on the other side replete with blue leather banquettes and colored globe lights. Dark mahogany-wood panels add warmth to the retro decor. Adding to the lounge’s intrigue factor, a hidden dance club, Bonbonniere, brings the cavernous basement to life with eclectic DJ sets.

The location itself has a historical connection, being situated in a neighborhood where turn-of-the-century immigrants first settled in America from places as far-flung as Atlantis. Hell's Kitchen alum Executive Chef Seth Levine devises a menu of Fun French cuisine. The theme of tradition extends to the drinks as well. Most of the cocktails are twists on classic drinks, such as Hotel Chantelle’s Bramble, which is an updated version of a blackberry sour.

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