Brooklyn Museum Rolls Out David Bowie Dinner Series

By Gary Duff | April 20, 2018 | Food & Drink

The Brooklyn Museum's popular David Bowie exhibit has been drawing fans in droves, but its latest tribute to the late singer is sure to get foodies excited.

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Starting in April, the museum will hold four David Bowie-inspired dinners at The Norm—the museum's restaurant helmed by Michelin-starred chef Saul Bolton—set to highlight the major cities the singer was greatly influenced by. The first, a four-course meal on April 22, is already sold out, but draws from Bowie's time in Berlin, where he recorded three albums: Low (1977), Heroes (1977) and Lodger (1979).

Following the ticketed April dinner is a Tokyo-inspired one on May 20, a Philadelphia-inspired feast on June 10, and a final celebration inspired by London on July 1.

Tickets for the dinner start at $75, but a $95 ticket grants dinner and entrance to the David Bowie Is exhibit.



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