Slow Food Happy Hour at Charlie’s Bar & Kitchen

Tonight, from 7:00 – 9:00pm, Slow Food NYC is hosting their monthly Happy Hour at Charlie’s Bar & Kitchen–a favorite ‘hood hangout by Bronx locals and New York Magazine’s pick for “Best Bronx Bar”.

Once known as Clock Bar (it’s located in the historic Clock Tower building, go figure) before its rebirth, this brick-walled bar is decked out with portraits of famous Charlies (Lindbergh, Parker, and the Tuna). They dish up Southern-inspired cuisine using locally-sourced ingredients and pour everything from upscale cocktails to local brews. Further incentive to venture to the 138th St. stop: daily happy hour including $1 oysters and half-off the entire bar, and 4 for $10 cocktails at brunch.

Founded by Carlo Petrini, the Slow Food Movement is an “eco-gastronomic movement” drawing a connection between the plate and the planet. SFNYC is creating a community of people and places devoted to high-quality, sustainability and authenticity of food. “The Slur” is Slow Food’s bi-monthly Happy Hour, a relaxed event giving attendees the opportunity to talk with SF’s leadership and meet other “Slow”-minded people. These events are only held at bars or restaurants committed to craft cocktails, local beers and wines, and/or traditional methods.

Monday June 8th, 7:00-9:00pm

Charlie’s Bar & Kitchen, 112 Lincoln Avenue, Bronx, NY 10454 (in the back room)

$5 draft beer, house wine and well cocktails until 8:00pm

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