Preview: 5th Annual Charcuterie Masters at the Flushing Town Hall

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Date(s) - 02/22/2020
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Flushing Town Hall


Cover image:  Charcuterie Master’s Smoking Goose Meatery © Kaori Mahajan for WhereNYC

What’s up? The meatiest night in New York comes back to Queens next month as the wildly popular Charcuterie Masters returns for its fifth year.

Damage?  $50- $150  – all inclusive, special group and VIP admission deals are also available.

Rodrigo Duarte of Caseiro o Bom © Spirikal for WhereNYC

Why you should go. Charcuterie Masters is the ultimate must-see event having featured some of the best hams, sausages, bacon, salumi and pâtés made by passionate, artisanal makers in the U.S. and Canada including Rodrigo Duarte of the NJ-based salumi Caseiro E Bom, Hugue Dufour of M. Wells Steakhouse and Josh Bowen of John Brown Smokehouse.

M. Wells pan roasted boudin noir at the Charcuterie Masters © Spirikal for WhereNYC

Chefs from China, France, Greece, Italy, Korea, Portugal, and Spain will showcase their takes of delectable heritage pork and cured meat dishes almost as diverse as Queens itself.  This year’s line up of top NYC chefs will also include: Chef Anastacia Song of American Cut (Manhattan) Pitmaster Josh Bowen of John Brown Smokehouse (Long Island City Queens), Chef Alfonso Zhicay of Casa del Chef Bistro (Woodside, Queens), Chef Hugue Dufour of M. Wells Steakhouse (Long Island City) Chef Stephen Yen of Tao Downtown (Manhattan), and Chef Giuseppe Viterale of Ornella Trattoria (Astoria, Queens). Fine libations include Trappist ales from Chimay, premium wines from Rooftop Reds, and crisp ciders from Brooklyn Cider House.

With unlimited tastings and pairings of fine wines, beers and ciders, guests can celebrate locally produced cured and smoked delicacies at the 2020 Charcuterie Masters this February at the historical Flushing Town Hall.

Useful tips:

  • RSVP ASAP; this event will sell out!
  • Attire? Casual dress, comfy shoes and a small tote bag wouldn’t go amiss.
  • Bring your I.D. if you plan on drinking.
  • Alone or with friends? Either or.
  • Parents with kids – expect big crowds and limited space. Don’t bring strollers.
  • Business cards are always a plus.
  • Limited Parking Avail. Public Transportation is the best option.
  • For updates on weekend subway repairs and delays, visit the MTA.