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Don't miss this. An extraordinary chance to hang with Justin Bond and Kenny Mellman, the people behind downtown cabaret superstars Kiki & Herb. Monday, March 3rd from 6 to 8 pm, Justin and Kenny come to Bottlerocket. Taste wines from Beaujolais poured by the Beaujo-ladies. Pick up a copy of the first Kiki & Herb DVD, Live at the Knitting Factory, exclusively available at Bottlerocket. Yes, you can buy the DVD online. But that's not quite the same thrill as meeting the artists. Come with questions you've always wanted to ask them. Get your DVD signed. Admire them up close and personal. Eclectic Salon, indeed.
You've always wanted to know a little more about wine. You like the stuff. But that's not enough anymore.
The next Explore Wine Introductory Series starts Tuesday, March 4 at 6:30 pm. It runs for 4 consecutive Tuesdays. A few spots remain. Call 212-929-2323 to sign up now.
In case you missed it, Bottlerocket got the attention of New York Magazine last week, in "The Rise of the Boutique Bottle Shop." Read an excerpt here. Or buy a back issue if you want to see Lindsay Lohan imitate Marilyn Monroe's famous poses...
Explore Wine: Four Week Introductory Series. $175
Starts Tuesday, March 4 at 6:30 pm
About Ellisa Cooper: Ellisa possesses an extensive, almost encyclopedic, knowledge of all things wine-related. She is currently developing her own media concept for Television and DVD titled "The Two Things You Need to Know About Wine." Her own education in wine began while working in several of the great New York restaurants where top chefs Terrance Brennan, Waldy Malouf, Marco Moiera, Dave Pasternack and Marc Murphy prepared foods that demanded great wines. She is currently a Master Sommelier candidate through The Court of Master Sommeliers. Ellisa is a founder of the retail shop Discovery Wines. Ellisa's mantra is simple, "The only way to learn wine is to drink wine."
Monday, March 3, 6 – 8 pm
This Tony-nominated pair sashay over to Bottlerocket for some serious schmoozing. Their first-ever DVD, Kiki & Herb: Live at the Knitting Factory, will be available for purchase and signing. Tastes of chilled red Beaujolais will be served, courtesy of the Beaujo-ladies and Licensed to Chill. Find out why Ben Brantley of the New York Times calls Kiki & Herb "mind-popping, transcendent, and wondrous, of devastating depth and substance." Free. Reservations not required.
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