Japanese Whisky & Cigar Dinner
Thursday, September 25th, 2014
Featuring the Debut of 4 World-Class Japanese Whiskies
Show your clients how much you care about them…
An evening of authentic Cigars & Great Whiskies.
Reception at 6:30 - Dinner at 7:30
Super Colossal Gambas Allegre' w/ Seaweed Salad
Featured Whisky: Classic neat Suntory Japanese Whisky
Mixed Grill of Exotic Mushrooms w/ Mushroom Soya
Featured Whisky: Japanese Yamazaki Whisky
Cowboy Cut Rib-eye Steak w/ Wasabi-stuffed Potatoes
Featured Cocktail: Japanese Hakushu Whisky
Traditional Go Mae Salad
Featured Whisky: Japanese Hibiki Whisky
Caribbean sun-grown Cigars to be announced
$ 100.00/ through August 15th
Best Live Music Extravaganza in Milwaukee. Period. and for those fiscally responsible...the continuing series of Third Thursday Shows at Shakers Cigar Bar w/ The Magnificent's is Complimentary....and includes discounts on Shakers proprietary Ghost Ale & Shadow People Lager.
BIG MONDAY MAGIC: CLASSIC OLD MAGIC FOR A CLASSIC OLD BAR MILWAUKEE WI For FREE!
This is for mature audiences & is for Entertainment purposes only. No Bunnies, real or imagined are harmed in the making of this event. You may be asked to perform, in which case do not be surprised if your clothes fit differently when you walk off stage, nor if your rings are missing.
The Amazing Nicholas performs Big Monday Magic every week in Milwaukee. Audiences experience the wonder of classic magic brought to life in a fitting venue, Shaker's Cigar Bar, a reputedly haunted location.
Nicholas Vollmann claims his mentor is a magician from the Edwardian era. This mystery magician performed on the Vaudeville circuit and is one of the spirits haunting Shakers. Since 2009 Nicholas has studied magic from the turn of the last century in order to bring audiences original works that re-interpret the classics.
The show is unlike any other since many of the effects are dusted off Victorian classics. It all happens at 422 S 2nd Street in Walker's Point at 9pm every Monday. So far the atmosphere is casual. The show might be considered parlor tricks or demonstrations of deception, all in good fun.