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A Night at the Movies: Drunken Butcher Supper Club at Kosmonaut

White Russian Ice Cream anyone?

If you’ve always fancied trying the favourite dishes of some of the most popular characters in film, Kosmonaut will be hosting A Night At The Movies with Manchester chef the Drunken Butcher on Tuesday 31st March, 7-11pm.

‘White Russian Ice Cream…’

So forget the popcorn, ice cream and hot dogs, Drunken Butcher, AKA Iain Devine, has created a supper club tasting menu inspired by his favourite food and drink scenes from the big screen.

Known for his fusion of traditional and modern styles, Drunken Butcher pulls no punches with this menu, handcrafted especially for Kosmonaut, exhibiting his obsessive love of using every part of the animal or ingredient to create distinctive, yet intriguing, dishes of the highest quality.

Guests will have the chance to dine like Hannibal and try succulent liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti, as well as a Pulp Fiction-inspired tender Big Kahuna Burger slider.

The distinctive menu also features pasta and Sunday gravy fit for any Corleone, followed by a ‘Big Lebowski’- a creamy, white Russian assiette. ‘Be careful man, there’s a beverage here’.

Working together with the Drunken Butcher, the team at Kosmonaut has created a bespoke drinks list, from Vesper Martinis to Banana Daiquiris, that perfectly compliment the theme of the night and all dishes on the menu.

On the night guests will have the chance to opt in to the drinks pairings:

Caviar Canapé
A Vesper Martini or A Glass of Champagne
Casino Royale

Seafood Risotto
Vermentino Bianco, Il Torchio, Puglia
Big Night

Big Kahuna Burger Slider
Marcellus Wallace’s Soul
Pulp Fiction

Liver and Fava Beans
A Nice Chianti, Casale dello Sparviero, Castellina
Silence of the Lambs

Pasta and Sunday Gravy
Alarico, Terre Nobili, Calabria
The Godfather

Banana Daiquiri Pre-Dessert

White Russian Ice Cream
A Re-imagined White Russian
The Big Lebowski

“Iain’s enthusiasm and generosity is infectious and the food was right up my street.” Hungry Manc

“Ian is most certainly a perfectionist. His devotion to cooking is evident in the sheer volume of cookbooks on his dining room shelves. And, of course, in the food.” Manchester Foodies


Tickets are priced at £22, which includes all five courses. Drink pairing is optional, with an extra cost of £18, which guests can opt into on arrival at Kosmonaut at 7:30pm. The event will end around 11:00pm.

Tickets can be bought here.

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