Acclaimed Los Angeles chef and restaurateur, Neal Fraser, is bringing his BEEFSTEAK event from the big city to The Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort on Thursday, March 24th, 2022. This carnivorous carnival will begin with passed hors d’oeuvres and a cocktail and wine reception at 5:30 p.m. After the reception, guests will enjoy a sit-down dinner at 7:00 p.m. with an unforgettable feast.
The event will feature live music and a variety of side shows including The Double Wide Kings. Respecting the grand history of Beefsteak, the final menu will be a surprise revealed at the event. Even vegetarians will be sated. In traditional Beefsteak style, feasting tables will fit a minimum of ten people.
Share Our Strength
A portion of proceeds from BEEFSTEAK will be donated to No Kid Hungry/Share Our Strength, working to end childhood hunger in the United States. More information about the organization can be found here: www.shareourstrength.org. If you can’t make the event but would still like to donate, you can do so here: www.shareourstrength.org/donate.
The guest attire is Western Black Tie, combining the rich history of The Alisal Guest Ranch and BEEFSTEAK.
Admission to the event is $225 per person and includes all food and beverages. Overnight ticket packages available at alisal.com -Experience everything the Alisal Guest Ranch & Resort has to offer. The event will sell out and seating is limited.
In 1939, The New Yorker’s Joseph Mitchell wrote an article called, “All You Can Hold for Five Bucks,” It described a feast of epic proportions known simply as a “Beefsteak.” A rite of gluttony that waged war on the livers of politicians and gangsters alike, the Beefsteak thrived in the saloons and political halls of the 19th and early 20th centuries. The menu was always the same — sliced steak served on toast, au jus or gravy, and all the beer you could drink. Knives, forks, plates and napkins were forbidden.