No Longer Empty Dinner_Clocktower Abandoned Bank of Manhattan Local Roots NYC Untapped Cities-003

This past Saturday evening, Untapped Cities, Local Roots NYC and No Longer Empty produced a dinner in the Clocktower in Long Island City, the  abandoned Bank of Manhattan. The 5-course meal by Chef Will Griffin, using locally sourced food, was complemented by docent tours of the exhibition on its final weekend, a trip up to the Clocktower with 360 degree views of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, and a performance by artist Hayoon Jay Lee.

The evening benefited arts non-profit No Longer Empty, which curates exhibitions in unused storefronts in New York City. Special thanks to our liquor sponsor Punzone Vodka. The night also marked the launch of the Untapped Cities/Local Roots NYC Dinner Series, pairing local chefs and fare with New York City’s most unique locations. The next Untapped Cities Event: Prohibition NYC, an over-the-top speakeasy event at a secret location curated by Bravo chefs Rob McCue and Adam Banks.To stay in-the-know of Untapped Cities events, sign up for our mailing list.


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