Singer, actor, and cultural icon Frank Sinatra enjoyed a long and very public affair with Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey. He was so fond of the classic American spirit that he created a private society to which, during his lifetime, only his friends and associates were granted membership. Now diners at The Museum of the American Cocktail and Women Who Whiskey's «Supper with Sinatra,» in addition to five courses of gourmet Italian American fare from the kitchen of Osteria La Buca, seven neat pours of Jack Daniel's finest, including some rare and never before available expressions, plus a cocktail or two, will enjoy formal induction into Frank's exclusive «country club» by renowned whiskey expert and Jack Daniel's ambassador Eric «ET» Tecosky.
Featured pours include:
— Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey
— Gentleman Jack Daniel’s
— The Single Barrel Collection: Select, Rye, and Barrel Proof
— Sinatra Select
— Surprise taste from a rare Jack Daniel's bottling
Dinner is $115 for all National Food & Beverage Foundation (NatFAB), Women Who Whiskey — Los Angeles, Culinary Historians of Southern California, and USBG members, or $125 for non-members, and includes tax and gratuity. Space is strictly limited to 30 diners, and reservations are required. NatFAB membership is available to all at natfab.org/membership.
A portion of all proceeds supports NatFAB, home of MOTAC, the Pacific Food & Beverage Museum, and Southern Food & Beverage Museum.