Geoffrey Zakarian’s The Lambs Club Announces Cocktails on Broadway
COCKTAILS ON BROADWAY is a new event series starting on Thursday, July 18th. This program is being introduced by Celebrity Chef Geoffrey Zakarian and his restaurant, The Lambs Club, Grey Goose and six different well known musicals on Broadway: including King Kong, Pretty Woman, Beetlejuice, Chicago, Tootsie and Waitress. Every month from July through December, a new musical will be hosting a fun night to celebrate this program at The Lambs Club. Each show will have cast members in attendance at the event to interact with guests. All of these events will be open to the public and Grey Goose Ambassador, Douglas Graham-Leigh, will be creating specialty Grey Goose cocktails for each show that guests can enjoy. Artist Toby Triumph will produce six pieces of unique art drawn on Grey Goose bottles, and each bottle will feature artwork symbolizing the Broadway show featured that month. There will also be complimentary light snacks offered to all guests in attendance and there will be an opportunity for fans to win tickets to the featured Broadway shows as well as fun door prizes.
Venue: The Lambs Club at The Chatwal
132 West 44th Street Map
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