Fishing Columnists Alex Kenney, NY Daily News, Milt and June Rosko, Fisherman Magazine, to participate in panel discussion; Wines from Trinchero Family Vineyards
Online PR News – 17-July-2011 – – The historic Grand Central Oyster Bar will present “Summer Time Blues,” a celebration of seafood, wine, a fishing panel discussion and music on Wednesday night, July 20, beginning at 6:30 pm in the Oyster Bar’s “Saloon.” The five-course seafood and wine pairing is priced at $65. Reservations are available by calling 212.490.6650 or at email@example.com. The Oyster Bar is located “below sea level” at New York City’s Grand Central Terminal.
The menu, accompanied by wine for each course, will include: two raw Blue Point Oysters with sauces paired with Joel Gott Riesling; two Blue Point Oysters Rockefeller paired with Trinchero “Mary’s Vineyard” Sauvignon Blanc; two fried Blue Point Oysters and sauces paired with Napa Cellars Chardonnay; Barbequed Long Island Bluefish with Cole Slaw and French Fries paired with Sea Glass Pinot Noir and Blueberry-Triple 8 Vodka Sorbet in Almond Cookie paired with Terra D’Oro Moscato.
Fishing and outdoors writers Alex Kenney of the New York Daily News and photojournalists and authors Milt and June Rosko of The Fisherman Magazine will participate in a lively panel discussion and Q&A on the New York area summer fishing scene.
About the Panel…
Alex Kenney: Since 2003, Alexandra Kenney has carried on the legacy of her late husband, Daily News columnist Jerry Kenney, as outdoors and fishing columnist. Alex Kenney has 30 years experience as a journalist, writing for Travel Weekly and Cue magazines. Her column focuses on fishing reports in the metropolitan area. Alex would often accompany Jerry on fishing trips aboard the St. Patrick ("the Daily News boat"), cruising from the Jersey Shore to Montauk Point, looking to reel in blues, stripers and mako sharks.
Milt Rosko: One of the northeast’s most popular outdoor photojournalists will be on hand, enabling guests to learn of the recreational fishing techniques he’s employed for more than 70 years of fishing the northeast’s coastal waters. Milt Rosko is an award winning author who has written nine books on recreational saltwater fishing, and several thousand of his articles have appeared in every national fishing magazine since his first article appeared in Salt Water Sportsman in 1953. His material also appears regularly in The Fisherman magazine, one of Long Island and New Jersey’s favorite publications. His wife June is not only his constant companion, but loves to cook and her recipes have regularly appeared with his articles.
About Grand Central Oyster Bar
The Grand Central Oyster Bar first opened its doors in 1913, in what was then a brand new, state-of-the-art, Grand Central Station. With its cavernous architecture and sweeping white tiled ceilings, it evokes this old N.Y. in all its grandness.