Food & Film

RESERVOIR DOGS Beer Dinner with Breckenridge Brewery

Director Quentin Tarantino
Year 1992
Starring Michael Madsen, Tim Roth, Steve Buscemi, Harvey Keitel
Rating R
Run Time 129min
Age Policy

21 and up. No one under 21 admitted.

More Info IMDb

Join Alamo and Breckenridge Brewery as we create an amazing Four-Course meal around QT's amazing debut with each dish complimented by a different Breckenridge Brew!

Course One
"A Band Apart" - paired with a Coffee Porter Firkin
Hash browns, scrambled hard boiled fried egg, red eye gravy

Course Two
"Mr. White and Mr. Orange" - paired with Agave Wheat
Grilled white endive, orange beer infused vinaigrette, bacon, caramelized carrots, pickled white onion

Course Three
"Stuck in the middle with you” - paired with Regal Double Pilsner
Fried pork chicharones, pico de gallo, black beans, cotija cheese, flour tortilla

Course Four
"Mr. Pink" - paired with Barleywine
Strawberry mousse, vanilla tuile, coffee whipped cream

If you have any food allergies or wish to request a minor substitution please contact us within 48 hours of the show at manager.littleton@drafthouse.com.

Every dog has his day.
That's right! You're about to get stuck in the middle with the Quentin Tarantino classic, RESERVOIR DOGS. Diamond heists, double crosses and undercover cops are the name of the game in this fast-talking, macho crime caper.
Put on a super snazzy all-black suit, stop referring to yourself by your real name and prepare to super-slo-mo-cool-as-fuck walk yourself with at least four of your friends to the Alamo Drafthouse because we're setting you up with one of the slickest, coolest movies to blast out of the '90s.
Stop pointing that gun at my dad and come learn the relative importance of tipping, who starred in Get Christie Love!, and what to do when you enter a men's room full of cops carrying a briefcase full of marijuana. Don't give yourself any excuses to miss this on the big screen, the words "too fuckin' busy" should not be in your vocabulary. (Greg MacLennan)

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