Friday, June 22
6:30 PM EST
The Beard House
167 W. 12TH ST., NYC
Featuring food, drink, and entertainment by JBF Award winner Art Smith, Adrian de Berardinis (The Bear-Naked Chef), Elise Kornack and Anna Hieronimus, Arnold Myint A.K.A. Suzy Wong, Andora TeTee, Jeremy Salamon, Deborah VanTrece, Zac Young, Shannon Mustipher, and more!
Tickets: JBF Members: $100 | Public: $125
All proceeds benefit the James Beard Foundation
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
6–8 PM EST
Threes Brewing Greenpoint
113 Franklin Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn
Thank you to all who attended this happy hour in Greenpoint! Ten percent of proceeds from sales of Threes Brewing's Gender Neutral Beer are donated to the Anti-Violence Project. Would you like to see more Jarry Happy Hours planned around NYC? Send us an email with your thoughts and ideas: email@example.com.
We were excited to partner with Queer Soup Night on Sunday, November 12th for their Brooklyn supper club series where queer people gather to hang out and slurp soup. We helped serve soups from our Issue 4 cover subject Kristopher Edelen (Chef KPE), Queer Soup Night founder Liz Alpern, Harvest & Revel’s Ora Wise, and Jarry editorial director Lukas Volger. Suggested $10 donations went directly to the New Sanctuary Coalition NYC, an interfaith immigrant rights nonprofit that provides support and resistance aid to immigrants facing deportation. Queer Soup Night events happen monthly. Follow them on instagram and Facebook for details on their next event.
Saturday, September 16
Valley Variety (705 Warren Street, Hudson, NY)
"Rum and Revolution: Seeing Cuba through Its Cocktails" author Brian Schaefer and photographer Kristopher Kelly shared their experience traveling Cuba and creating their piece for Issue 4. We tasted three varieties of Rum and served Cancháncharas with light Cuban bites by food editor Ben Mims.
Special thanks to our rum sponsor Fairview Wines and Spirits
We'll be sending highlights and details from our conversation with Brian and Kristopher to Jarry Briefs subscribers soon.
Wednesday, August 2
Baryshnikov Arts Center (450 West 37th Street, NYC)
Our cover guy, Chef KPE, and other contributors, friends, and readers celebrated Issue 4 while enjoying Westside sunset views, cocktails courtesy Spiked Seltzer, ice cream from Phin & Phebes, snacks by Edouard Massih, and a playlist by NeuroPop.
Presented in partnership with Spiked Seltzer, exclusive liquor sponsor
Sunday, February 12, 2017
Berg'n (899 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11238)
We Wrote Love Notes—Asking Our Elected Officials to Reject Hate
5pm: Write "love notes" to our elected officials (we'll send them for you!)
6:30pm: "Love Notes Live," a storytelling hour and open mic guided by contributors Peter Redmond and Carmen Ladipo.
Click below to view Photos and video from the event, and visit our shop to purchase a ten-pack of postcards for writing notes to your own elected officials. All proceeds from the event and postcard sales are being donated to Immigration Equality, the Nation's leading LGBTQ immigrant rights organization.
Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Kings County Distillery at Brooklyn Navy Yard (299 Sands Street)
Thank you to all who joined us at New York City's oldest operating distillery, just inside the historic Brooklyn Navy Yard. Check back soon for updates on future Issue 3 events.
Thursday, November 17, 2016
Reception: 7pm | Dinner: 7:30 PM
GLASSHOUSES 14: 545 West 25th Street, NYC
An interactive culinary experience by Lauren Gerrie, chef to Marc Jacobs and co-owner of bigLITTLE Get Together, inspired by the Marc Jacobs Spring 2017 Collection
All proceeds benefited GMHC.
Thursday, July 14, 2016
6–8pm | COVER Books
1031 Marietta St, Atlanta, GA 30318
Thank you to all who joined us in Atlanta! Event photos will be posted soon to our Facebook page.
Saturday, June 25, 2016 | SF Pride Weekend
340 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
View event photos by visiting our Facebook page.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
The Museum of Food and Drink
Thank you to everyone who attended our Issue 2 Release Party! Visit our Facebook page for party pics.
Banner photo by Rachel Orlow. Lukas Volger by Cara Howe, bowls by Michael Harlan Turkell.