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Next Up: The Great Believers

No matter where you live, you'll want to get your hands on our next two book club picks plus a copy of THE MEATBALL SHOP's cookbook and a $100 gift card for the restaurant. Now through September 24, you can enter for your chance to win at this link.

If you're in New York City, you'll also want to join Tasting Table and THE MEATBALL SHOP for our next book club dinner on Monday, September 24, at 6:30 PM at THE MEATBALL SHOP's West Village location to discuss The Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai.  

Enjoy a casual meatball dinner and discuss this fascinating new novel from a rising literary star. Tasting Table founder Geoff Bartakovics will lead a (usually raucous) group conversation with plenty of opportunities to discuss in smaller groups among the folks seated near you. Bring friends to form a club-within-our-club, or come alone and make new friends (seating is communal, so we promise it won't be awkward).

Tickets cost $30 per person and include a family-style meal of THE MEATBALL SHOP's famous "naked balls," plus sides and a glass of wine or a beer.  Reserve a spot using this link: GET TICKETS HERE

IMPORTANT: For updates about the book club, sign up for our special email list here!

Upcoming Dates & Books:
September 24th 6:30pm at THE MEATBALL SHOP West Village - Great Believers by Rebecca Makkai
October 29th 6:30 pm at THE MEATBALL SHOP West Village - Boy Erased by Garrard Conley

Book clubs: You've always promised yourself you'd join one but just never "got around to doing it." That's why Tasting Table is collaborating with our friends at THE MEATBALL SHOP to create delicious motivation to read at least one hot book per month. 

We're calling it our Naked Book Club, but birthday suits are not the dress code. Instead, each ticket includes a family style dinner of chef Daniel Holzman's famous "naked meatballs" along with seasonal sides and your choice of wine. Food gossip optional.

We'll meet on the last Monday of each month for a spirited (boozy?) discussion of the title, with Tasting Table founder (and book club addict) Geoff Bartakovics leading the conversation.


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