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News Break

Hello Foodies,

Here’s an sneak peek into  our brand new website! Here you’ll be able to book an event, pay for your supper, look at current and past menus as well as guest pics and more.


At the underground Supper Club we love to hear from you, please let us know what do you think about the new website.

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Graveyard Barbecue Bash Update

Hello Foodies,

The wine and beer pairing has been chosen for this dinner event.

“Graveyard Barbecue Bash” is filling up very quickly  and the only way to guarantee your spot is by making your reservation deposit as soon as possible. The deadline to send in your deposit payments is Sunday, July 29 

Deposit payments can be made via PayPal to ramonr12@me.com

For your convenience we have posted these links to help guide you complete your reservationmake your deposit payment and send in your entree choice

Unfortunately, once we reached the maximum amount of people we are able to accommodate, we won’t be able to confirm your reservation.

Please keep checking back often for the latest information update.


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Graveyard Barbecue Menu

Hello Foodies,

We hope you’re enjoying the summer as much as we do around here. This nice weather can only means the sprouting of great things to come at the Underground Supper Club.

Keep checking back for all the exiting news, menu updates  and important announcements about your Underground Dining Alternative.

Here’s our mouth-watering summer inspired menu created for the  “Graveyard Barbecue Bash” On Friday, August 17.  Don’t forget to send-in your entrée choice when signing-up for this event.


Dinner $39.99 p/p

(includes beer, wine pairing and welcome cocktail)


Watermelon-lime Salad

(radish, mint, basil, cilantro, ginger)

Entrée Choice

Grilled Beef Kabobs

(mushroom, cherry tomatoes, peppers)

Brazilian white Rice

Chicken-Lemongrass Skewers

Raw vegetable Salad

(grilled plantain salsa)


Grilled Pineapple

(Vanilla-mascarpone ice cream and passion fruit cream)


Spiced Ice Chai Tea or Coffee

House-made Masala-chocolate Cookies

$20 per person deposit is required

For reservation or to sign-up for this event please contact:

Ramon Ruiz 646-388-2965


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Graveyard Barbecue Bash

Hello Foodies,

“Graveyard Barbecue Bash” is our next summer dinner soiree  that will take us literally underground.  This  4-course alfresco grilling dinner experience with beer and wine pairing is certain to grasp the fearless adventurous food-geeks in all of you.  This dinner adventure  will push  the boundaries  of casual-chic-exquisite world cuisine and the unconventional sacred grounds at the Historic Jersey City  & Harsimus Cemetery. This fabulous dinner experience will take place on Friday, August 17

Don’t miss this revolutionary dining experiment! and Check back soon for the menu, beer and wine selection

To sign-up for this event please visit:


or email: undergroundsupper@gmail.com

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Apple Latkes

When you think of apple Latkes your immediate reaction or closer association is Hanukkah food but this Latkes made delicious healthy breakfast. I have apple Latkes for breakfast at least a couple of days a week and you’ll too after you learn about the latest research out of Cornell University about the countless benefits of apples, including, protecting brain cells from free-radical damage that may cause Alzheimer’s disease, liver and breast cancer prevention, lowering “LDL” or bad cholesterol by as much as 16%.

 Here’s what you need to make this healthy delicious breakfast      

  • 3 large tart firm green apples  such as Granny Smiths
  • 1/2 lemon Juiced and zest
  • 1 teaspoon fresh grated ginger
  •  1/2 cup of your favorite flour (I used a mixture of rice and oat flour)
  • 1 tablespoon of brown sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon  cinnamon
  • 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1 egg beaten
  • sour cream, creme fraiche or honey for serving


  1. Clean, core  and grade apples using a large holes of a box grader. Using a large strainer squeeze out as much juice as you can by pressing the apples down into the strainer with the back of a spoon or you can use a cheese cloth. Wonder that to do with the apple juice? squeeze the other half of the lemon, drop in a few ice cubes and you have fresh apple juice to accompany the latkes.
  2. Transfer grated apple to a medium bowl and toss with lemon juice, zest and ginger.  In a small bowl whisk together  flour, sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, baking powder and toss with the apple, until evenly coated.  Lightly beaten egg and stir into apple-flour mixture.
  3. Heat a large non-stick pan or the flat part of a cast iron grille, coated it with  your  favorite  spray oil and drop ice cream scoop full of the apple batter into separate piles, gently  pressing them until a bit flatter using the back of spoon to do so. Browned them for about 3 or 5 minutes, then flip them and continue to cook for extra 3  more minutes or until nicely browned but not burned. Serve with a dollop of creme fraiche, sour cream or drizzle honey.

I hope you enjoy this recipe as much I do.

Bon Appetit!

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Dinner with Gertrude Stein Revisited

Hello Foodies,

The deadline to send in your deposit along with your entree choice for “Gertrude Stein Dinner Event” expire today at midnight. Don’t end up on a waiting list!

For your convenience find menu attached. Here’s a link   to send in your payment and food order.

Looking forward to seeing you all on Friday, June 29

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Dinner with Gertrude Stein Revisited

Hello Foodies,

Just to remind you Next Monday, June 18 is the deadline to send-in your deposits along with your food orders in order to warrantee your seat at “Gertrude Stein Dinner Event”

For your convenience, please use this link to send us your information and payment.

Looking forward to seeing you all on Friday, June 29 @ Woolpunk Studios