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Street Feast

Eat like a cowbow, drink like a king

Kat Rembacki

Kat Rembacki

Storyteller at Core Detroit
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Next Monday, eat like a cowboy and drink like a king at the inaugural Street Feast. Eastern Market whisky bar Thomas Magee’s is partnering with the sandwich magicians at Stache International for this deliciously meaty popup meal accompanied by plenty of fancy spirits.

Street Feast will be held from 7-10 p.m. on Oct. 24 at Thomas Magee’s, where the bartenders have picked out an all-star lineup of rye, wheat and bourbon whiskies for you to sample. The smoked meat specialists over at Stache International are cooking up a rugged, cowboy-inspired menu just for the occasion.

Thomas Magee's has an extensive whisky collection. Pictured: Bushmill's whiskey cocktail. Photo by Thomas Magee's via Facebook.

Thomas Magee’s has an extensive whisky collection. Pictured: Bushmill’s whiskey cocktail. Photo by Thomas Magee’s via Facebook.

On the bill of fare is a smoked Santa Maria steak served with jalapeno cowboy beans, a baked potato and red cabbage slaw. The Santa Maria is a lesser known, underappreciated steak. It’s actually the tri-tip cut, a triangular muscle on the bottom of the sirloin. Typically rubbed with salt, pepper and garlic powder, the Santa Maria is smoked (it can also be roasted, grilled or rotisserie-d). It’s known for having lots of flavor but a lower fat content. It’s the perfect rugged, primal hunk of meat to carve your knife into while sipping a refined glass of whisky.

You can trust Stache International with your smoked meats. Their sandwiches are crazy good. Photo by Stache International via Facebook.

You can trust Stache International with your smoked meats. Their sandwiches are crazy good. Photo by Stache International via Facebook.

Not just one glass of whisky, though. Street Feast guests will be treated to four rounds of whisky tastings as well as three (Connecticut wraps) cigars. While you sip, enjoy the blues, rock and country boogie guitar stylings of Carl Henry.

The whole thing will set you back $75, a bargain considering all the booze and cigars included. Seating for the Street Feast is limited, so you’ll want to grab your tix in advance. For more information, check out their Facebook event page.

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