Food & Film

Lagunitas Beer Dinner: BOOGIE NIGHTS

Director Paul Thomas Anderson
Year 1997
Starring Mark Wahlberg, Burt Reynolds, Julianne Moore, John C. Reilly, Heather Graham, Don Cheadle, William H. Macy, Don Cheadle
Rating R
Run Time 155min
Age Policy

18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.

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Course 1
Grapes, sauvignon blanc gelee, charred radicchio, grapeseed oil, scallion, oregano

Course 2
Tequila butter poached prawns, avocado, fresno peppers, lime supremes, finished with cointreau

Course 3
Pork loin stuffed with Gilroy sausage, Point Reyes bleu, rolled and roasted with apple cider beurre, sea salt roasted asparagus

Course 4
Raspberry splattered brioche donut dusted in vanilla powdered sugar

Course 5
Chocolate and Cheese

Please note special ticketing instructions: The $10 ticket price on this page is for admission to the theater. You will be charged $45 for the beer and food portion of the event by your server at the show itself.  This price does not include tax & gratuity.

Paul Thomas Anderson’s BOOGIE NIGHTS is a movie that deserves to be seen again on the big screen. There are certain tones, nuances, and yes, characters’ bathing suit areas in the film that warrant being viewed in a bigger than life format. We’ve worked with the fine folks at Lagunitas Brewing Company on a special beer dinner that will showcase their great portfolio of top-notch beers. Alamo Executive Chef John Bullington has crafted a gourmet food menu that not only accentuates each beer’s unique style but also Dirk Diggler giant talent. It’s time to see Don Cheadle in western wear, Burt Reynolds as a porn director, Heather Graham on roller-skates, and everyone else in amazing steadicam shots from the masterful eye of P.T. Anderson. Lagunitas hails from California, which happens to be where Marky Mark’s character finds fame in this risqué flick, but the brewers assure us that there is much less disco, drugs, and sex in the Golden State than the film would have us believe. This is an Alamo beer dinner not to be missed! Check out the menu below!  (John Gross)

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