Famed for its avant garde approach to fine dining, supperclub Restaurant in San Francisco will celebrate the Dutch national birthday of Queen Beatrix, the royal highness of the Kingdom of the Netherlands on Thursday, April 30th with an evening devoted to all things royal and the national color orange, including orange cocktails, a gourmet 4-course prix fixe dinner, and a gender-illusionist holding court from a royal bed.
"The first supperclub originated in The Netherlands, where the monarch's birthday is celebrated with traditional foods, music, games and a lot of partying," said General Manager Edme Straver. "Queen Beatrix is from the House of Orange, and that's the color you see everywhere on this nationwide holiday. We'll recreate the fun and excitement of Queen's Day-but with a slightly irreverent San Francisco twist."
Always full of surprises, supperclub's Queen's Day celebration will feature live performances by cross over video performers, gravity-defying aerialists, audience-participation games, and a spirited Dutch soundtrack provided by supperclub's DJs. A traditional Queen's Day flea market is also planned. Following dinner, uninhibited dancing will be encouraged.
Since refreshing libations are always a popular part of every Queen's Day, supperclub's celebration will feature special $3 Heineken beer, and vodka Red Bull drinks for $5.
Guests wearing orange will receive a $10 discount from the $80 prix fixe dinner. After dinner, the $10 cover charge will be waived for guests wearing orange.
"For those who don't know Dutch holidays, we want to welcome them and everyone to help us celebrate," added Straver. "It's fun and will definitely bring a little bit of 'color' to San Francisco!"
$35 on Tuesdays, $55 on weekdays, Friday $65, Saturday $70.
Official Website: http://www.supperclub.com/index.php?ver_location=sanfrancisco
Added by FullCalendar on April 16, 2009