Portugal Day New York 2023 - Reception

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Portugal Day New York 2023 - Reception

Please Join the Portuguese Circle, PALCUS, PAPS and the PUSCC, as we celebrate PORTUGAL DAY NY 2023.


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Date and time

Thursday, June 8 · 7 - 9pm EDT


The Paris Café 119 Peck Slip New York, NY 10038

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Please Join the Portuguese Circle, PALCUS, PAPS and the PUSCC, as we celebrate PORTUGAL DAY NY 2023. The Consul General of Portugal in New York, Luisa Pais Lowe is the guest of honor.

On Thursday, June 8th 7:00-9:00pm., we will be hosting a reception at Paris Café, with Portuguese Chef Luis Parreira. Paris Café is located in Manhattan, on 119 South Street (South Street Seaport).

The Menu for the evening will include the following:

- Gazpacho Algarvio served with micro basil.

- Octopus salad served with white beans and salsa verde

- Cheese and quince marmalade

- Portuguese “alheira” served with spicy mayo

- Cod cakes served with garlic and lemon aioli

- Roasted beef sandwich “ prego no pão “ served with sauté onions, Dijon mustard, horseradish and melted Gruyère

- Chocolate mousse with chocolate shavings and berries

- Pastel de nata

- Portuguese white and red wine, beer, water, and soda

The cost per person will be $51 dollars (plus processing fee). Space is limited so please purchase your tickets as soon as possible. We hope to see you all there!

About the organizer

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PALCUS is a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia.  It was founded in 1991 by a group of successful, forward-thinking Portuguese-Americans with the purpose of providing a singular national voice that would advocate for the interests of Portuguese-Americans in the United States. At the center of their vision was to establish and maintain channels of communication between the government of the Republic of Portugal, via the Embassy of Portugal to Washington, D.C., and the U.S. congressional delegation representing Portuguese-American communities. 

Now in its 26th year, PALCUS has been true to its founding principles and much more. Throughout its history, the organization has evolved and matured, guided by a dedicated all-volunteer board of directors representing Portuguese-American communities throughout the United States. PALCUS has worked consistently and tirelessly, weathering changes in political and economic climates, to create and expand its programs. Its activities and events aremission-driven to address the community’s needs in the strategic areas of government affairs, international affairs, educational opportunities, Portuguese language and culture, community outreach and recognition of our community’s success. 

PALCUS is a member-supported organization that depends on membership dues for operational and program support.  Nevertheless, membership is not required in order to benefit from our programs and advocacy initiatives. We are committed to serving all Portuguese-Americans in the United States who would benefit from our help.

Learn more about PALCUS by visiting www.palcus.org 

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