September 19, 2017
7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
17 Waverly Pl., New York, NY 10003
Ragin’ for some Cajun? Join Jessica Chen (Vice President) and Jen Nguyen (Treasurer) for TAP-NY’s September Dinner Series at The Boil (Greenwich Village location).
Crawfish, shrimp, and lobsters, oh my! Put your bib on and be prepared to get your hands dirty. At the Boil, the fresh seafood is served by the pound in plastic bags, and generously doused with the sauce of your choice. There are other Southern offerings as well, from gumbo to catfish baskets, as well as a full bar, so you’ll be sure to find something to wet your whistle.
As always, the TAP-NY dinner series are a great way to enjoy a good meal with a fun group of people, including two TAP board members, to learn more about our organization and upcoming events.
About Jen and Jessica
Jen hails from Virginia and is constantly on the search for amazing grits (which she has yet to find in NYC). But in the meantime, she enjoys Citibiking, traveling, and exploring NYC. She also watches more Taiwanese dramas than she’d like to admit.
Jessica is a Bay Area native, working in the marketing/communications field. She will eat anything with cheese on it, enjoys healthy competitions, and has gone fishing in over 20 countries. When she’s not eating cheese or fishing, Jessica is hard at work managing her fantasy football teams.
Note: Because of heavy demand for dinner series, we have implemented a lottery process for dinner series sign-ups:
Sign ups for September dinner series will close 9/12/17 at 11:59 pm ET, after which we’ll randomly select people to attend. You will be notified by 9/13 if you are selected. Note: Restaurant is cash only!
Those not randomly selected will receive priority for attendance at future dinner series events.
While registration for the event is free, individuals are still responsible for covering their own meal. TAP facilitates these dinners to help members get to know each other more in an intimate setting.
Where: The Boil (17 Waverly Pl., New York, NY 10003)
When: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm