Enjoy ‘a tasty burger’ and more at ‘Pulp Fiction’-themed dinner-and-a-movie event by Peculiar Culinary
Four of the most iconic scenes in “Pulp Fiction” involve food and/or restaurants, so Pittston’s Peculiar Culinary Company created a dinner-and-a-movie event that’s sure to attract some of the area’s biggest Quentin Tarantino fans – or anyone who just enjoys “a tasty burger.”
“Pulp Kitchen” will recreate or put a unique spin on the food featured in the film, so expect Big Kahuna Burgers, “bloody as hell” steaks, and maybe even a milkshake so good that it’s worth $5. The full buffet menu hasn’t been announced yet, but Peculiar Culinary chef/owner Gene Philbin’s reputation precedes him, hosting sold-out pop-up dinners across the area, winning “Guy’s Grocery Games” on Food Network, and recently competing on CNBC’s “Restaurant Startup.”
The event will be held on Monday, March 2 at RC Movies 14 (24 E. Northampton St., Wilkes-Barre), with the dinner starting at 7 p.m. and the movie beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $30 and include a free beer tasting provided by Backyard Ale House and The Beer Geeks Radio Hour, a show co-hosted by NEPA Scene’s “How to Pair Beer with Everything” columnist Derek Warren.
Tickets can be purchased now at this link. As with all Peculiar events, it is likely to sell out, so those interested are advised to purchase their tickets in advance.
For more information, visit Peculiar Culinary Company’s website.