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Event Details

Event Title

:

Cornell Club of HK Annual Thanksgiving Dinner 2019

Date and Time

:

Thursday 2019-11-28

Venue

:

The Fine Wine Experience, Shop A, G/F, 165-166 Connaught Rd W, Sai Ying Pun

Event Fee (Member) in HK$

:

780.00

Event Sign-up Deadline

:

Wednesday 2019-11-27

Contact Person

:

Richard Li

For more information, please email

:

zl335@cornell.edu

Details :

Dear Fellow Cornellians,
 
As we approach the holiday season, the Cornell Club of Hong Kong would like to take a moment to express our gratitude to you all - our alumni, and to invite you to our Annual Thanksgiving Dinner.
 
Come and join us for a feast of traditional American cuisine paired with our carefully selected wines!
 
Event details:
 
Date: Thursday, November 28, 2019
Time: 6:30pm - 10:30pm
Venue/Address: The Fine Wine Experience, Shop A, G/F, 165-166 Connaught Rd W, Sai Ying Pun (owned by a Cornell alum, Michael Wu)
Price per person: HKD 780
CapacitySeats are limited, first come, first serve basis
Dress code: Smart casual (festive!)
 
RSVP: Please send your payments by November 14th via this Paypal link: http://bit.ly/34G60nx
 
Menu: See below
 
--
Two Turkeys and Ham - Compliments of the Cornell Club of Hong Kong!

Pumpkin Soup 
Cream, Olive Oil 

Mortadella Ham, House made Pork Pate, Herbs Salad
 
Maine Lobster Linguini, Esplette Pepper 

Roasted Hokkaido Pork Loin, Beans Cassoulet, Watercress 
Baked Salmon en Papillotte 

Selection of Farm Cheeses
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Many thanks for your attention. Should you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email Richard Li at zl335@cornell.edu or contact +852 6888 5741 for any last minute questions.
 
We look forward to welcoming you and seeing you soon!
 
PS. For the wine lovers: we will present two wines. A German Riesling produced by the fabulous JJ Prüm, 2017 Graacher Himmelreich Kabinett, and a Pinot Noir from Burgundy, a Vougeot Premier Cru ‘Les Petits Vougeots’.
 
Best regards,  

Cornell Club of Hong Kong