New York Dinner 2017
Benoit, Wednesday 29 March 2017, 8pm to 10pm
Online booking now open via CAm | Booking closes on Thursday 23 March
All alumni are invited to join the Master, Bursar and Development Director of Trinity Hall for a 3 course dinner at Benoit, New York, for Contemporary French bistro cuisine. Prior to the dinner, Cambridge in America also invites alumni and their guests to a networking and drinks reception celebrating women at Cambridge (see further details below).
Date: Wednesday 29 March 2017
Location: Benoit, 60 W 55th St, New York, NY 10019, USA
Cost: $90.00 | booking required via CAm
Alumni are invited to bring a guest and the dress code is business/smart.
Booking: Online booking is available via Cambridge in America. Please contact Elizabeth Elliott on if you require any assistance. Booking will close on Thursday 23 March. Please note that we are unable to offer refunds for bookings cancelled within five working days of the event, except in exceptional circumstances. A guest list is available at the bottom of this page. Please note that login to THalumni.net is required and guests will not appear on the list.
- APPETIZERS -
SALMON GRAVLAX, pomme à l’huile
PATÉ EN CROÛTE, Lucien Tendret’s recipe since 1892
- PLATS -
ROASTED COD, mango/passion fruit rougaille sauce
NEW YORK STRIP STEAK, pommes frites, Béarnaise
- DESSERTS -
BENOIT PROFITEROLES, vanilla ice cream, warm chocolate sauce
Panel Discussion: 'Where are we now: Educating Women at Cambridge'
Wednesday 29 March 2017, 6pm to 7.30pm
Online booking available via CAM
Cambridge in America also invites Cambridge Alumni and their guests to a special all-alumni networking and drinks reception celebrating women at Cambridge. The evening will feature a panel of alumnae, including Trinity Hall alumnae, Anne Milgram (1993) and Fiona Cousins (1986), who will commemorate 40 years of women at Trinity Hall, Sidney Sussex, and Selwyn College, and discuss how they've overcome obstacles in their own lives.
More information and online booking is available via Cambridge in America