Roaring 20’s Summer Gala
You will arrive at TC Supper Club’s East ballroom entrance where valet will pick up
your “boilers” and you will enter 1921. Guests will have one hour to order drinks, get
their paper moon portraits taken, and stroll through the gardens. We will have our main
ballroom bar open, as well as our Perennial Pavilion where portraits are being
taken. We will have four historical prohibition specialty cocktails available all night long.
Guests will countdown together as we introduce the John Reese Trio and begin the
Champagne Pour festivity. Guests will each receive a glass of champagne to toast
the evening and kick off the night.
Guests will enjoy their 1920’s inspired dishes while the John Reese Trio serenades you
with jazz-age music. You will later be introduced to Natalie Sprouse, who will be
headlining the downstairs drum (speakeasy) later in the evening.
The John Reese Trio will shift to more modern era music for dancing on our ballroom
dance floor. TC’s Supper Club Cigarette Girl will walk around passing out 1920’s candy and selling cigars which can be enjoyed outdoors in any of our designated smoking areas. May we suggest a glass of Sandeman Ruby Port?
Our aging cellar becomes TC’s Bourbon Drum – a dim lit, smoky underground speakeasy. Natalie Sprouse will sing jazz vocals amidst a dramatic backdrop where guests will sit at cabaret style tables and enjoy our downstairs speakeasy bar.
Whipped Roasted Red Pepper Butter Rosette with Lemon Leaf
Bibb Lettuce with Fresh Sliced Strawberries, Toasted Sunflower Seeds and Feta Cheese with a White Balsamic
Short Rib Diane
Braised Bone-In Beef Short Rib served with a Brandy and Mushroom Cream Sauce
with Grapes, Pine Nuts and Goat Cheese served with a Champagne Cream Sauce
Stuffed portabella mushroom cap with risotto, sautéed spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and Kalamata olives
Roasted Garlic and Lemon Asparagus
with fresh whipped cream and fresh berry garnish