How About an Evening ‘Tasting’ at Ray’s Candy Store Tonight?

Posted on: August 21st, 2017 at 5:12 am by

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Now that the summertime (bougie) Restaurant Week has come to a close, time to spend an evening with an Alphabet City classic.

Indeed, there is a special “tasting” event later this evening at Ray’s Candy Store.

For the accessible ten-spot cover charge, proprietor Ray Alvarez will serve a “5-course meal including selections of Ray’s famous delicacies.”

An Evening at Ray’s Candy Store: A Special Restaurant Week Tasting Event!

Date: ‪Monday, August 21st, 2017‬
Time: ‪7:30PM‬
Location: 113 Avenue A @ E 7th Street in the East VIllage
Cost: $10 per person (cash only)

Join us at the shop and enjoy a most unique tasting menu cooked up by Chef Ray himself! Guests will be served a 5-course meal including selections of Ray’s famous delicacies. We don’t know what the chef has in store, but know that you will definitely leave satisfied! Your choice of egg cream, coffee, tea, or soft drink included. And Everything Made With Love™!

NYC Restaurant Week: Not Just For The Michelin-Rated Joints!!!

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