Introducing New Catering Menus At Pickett’s

Welcoming Fall with New Seasonal Cocktails and Infinite Reasons to Cheer

Live Music Weekend: Stuff Bros. Rock Friday Night; Bossa 5 Sway Saturday

If you swing by our web site (www.pickettsvillage.bar), you’ll see that we’ve added something exciting: a catering + events section. Take a spin around to check out the range of what we’re offering, from sample menus to a list of hors d’oeuvres and bar packages. We can serve your every occasion, from formal sit-downs to cocktail parties, buffet dinners with carving stations, and just about anything else you can dream up. We’re delighted that Chef Rich Krug, currently of Bistro d’Azur, formerly Orange Lawn Tennis Club, will be leading our catering kitchen. Chef Rich played an important role in getting Pickett’s up and running and we couldn’t be more delighted to welcome him back. Cheers to that!

So much to celebrate, and what better way than with one of our new seasonal cocktails? Seasonal mules have become a delicious way to mark our collective trips around the sun. Say hello to the latest and greatest: the Apple Cider Moscow Mule, made with Tito’s Vodka, Pickett’s Ginger Beer and fresh-pressed cider. The Leaf Jumper is another delectable addition. A power mix of Bulleit Bourbon, Grand Marnier, maple syrup and orange juice, it’s an homage to fall in the Northeast. Rounding out the trio, just in time for Halloween, is Ode to Ichabod, a mesmerizing mix of coconut rum, pumpkin spice puree and crème soda.

Hope to see you this weekend. As always, $5 drafts on Friday and music both nights. Friday night is Stuff Bros., who gained fame over years at Maplewoodstock and thrill the crowds at Pickett’s, every time. Saturday is Bossa 5, who bring the smooth sounds of bossa nova to our great outdoors.

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