Like to eat with your hands? No one will judge you tonight when the Brooklyn Beefsteak returns to the Bell House. Bring a bib or buy a souvenir apron for $15 and chow down at this all-you-can-eat-and-drink beef and beer banquet, inspired by the feasts once held at Tammany Hall. Endless pitchers of New York’s oldest ale, McSorley’s, will be at the ready for thirsty eaters. Those who like to focus on eating only the beef eating-veterans suggest skipping the bread and leaving it stacked—this way people can tell how much meat you’ve eaten by the tower of bread left behind and the grease spots on your apron. How savage!
Sun., Sept. 25, 1 & 5 p.m., 2011