Magic Kenny Bang Bang (Photo by Wendy Van L)
Boys, girls, and even ghouls are in for a treat from the South – the deep South, that is.
Cup Cafe inside Hotel Congress is hosting a Devil’s Night Dinner from 7 – 10 p.m. on Monday, October 30.
The one of a kind dining experience will feature a Halloween-inspired meal with creepy cocktails to go with each of the four courses.
Oh, but wait, don’t forget about the eerie entertainment.
Magician Kenny Bang Bang will be making his rounds throughout the night, alongside an exciting fire-juggling performance.
Tickets are $80 per person, which includes tax and gratuity.
Devil’s Night Dinner Menu
First Course – SEE NO EVIL
- Three pepper bacon wrapped diablo shrimp on a green chili polenta cake with a chili honey glaze
- Paired with St. George Chili Vodka, yuzu juice, apricot simple syrup, and AZ Bitters Lab “Mi Casa” bitters
Second Course – HEAR NO EVIL
- Fresh mustard greens, radicchio, baby spinach, Point Reyes blue cheese, heirloom tomatoes, spicy chili pecans, with a sweet apple vinaigrette
- Paired with St. George Bruto Americano, blackberry-hazelnut agave, orange
Third Course – SPEAK NO EVIL
- Bone-in pork dipped in a candy demi-glace, savory corn pudding,and fall harvest succotash
- Paired with St. George Dry Rye Reposado Gin, East End Spiced Wine, angostura bitters
Fourth Course – DEVIL’S DESSERT
- Black cherry molten cake with a smoked vanilla crème anglaise and chocolate tulle
- Paired with St. George Nola Coffee Liqueur, St. George Raspberry Liqueur, and peach bitters
Following the dinner, the Devil’s Night celebration continues with the Devil’s Dance Party hosted by DJ Sid the Kid.
Cup Cafe inside Hotel Congress is located at 311 E. Congress St. For more information, call (520) 622-8848, or visit hotelcongress.com.