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Wed, Nov 17


Basquiat's Bottle

Da Bang Bang Anniversary Dinner

Join us for Da Bang Bang Anniversary meal featuring plant based dishes by Cocina Consuelo and Flip Eats. All dishes are vegetarian friendly. Tickets are $85 per seat.

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Da Bang Bang Anniversary Dinner
Da Bang Bang Anniversary Dinner

Time & Location

Nov 17, 2021, 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Basquiat's Bottle, 1198 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11216, USA

About the event

Da Bang Bang is a “culinary culture clash” dining experience that explores Afro cultures around the world, showcasing our diversity and resiliency through food. will be a mash up of flavors from Cocina Consuelo and FlipEats who are serving up a taste of unique vegetarian dishes inspired by their Dominican and Filipino roots. Going beyond the plate, for an immersive dining experience with the chefs.

Rage and Release is celebrating the 1 year anniversary of our dining experience, Da Bang Bang and birthday of Rage and Release Founder Thai.  “Da Bang Bang” is an exploration of Afro cultures around the world, showcasing our diversity and resiliency through food. Using vegetarian twists on cultural dishes to take our senses on a journey into our roots and experience plant based cooking in a fresh way that sparks inspiration and a more mindful approach towards what we eat. 

What to expect

  • A collaborative chef driven experience with a vegetarian twist on traditional Dominican and Filipino flavors
  • Four plant forward dishes created by Cocina Consuelo and Flip Eats
  • Private communal dining in Basquiat’s Bottle dining room amongst Rage and Release’s resident Youthful Truths art exhibition
  • Elevate your dining experience with a pre-roll. Available for add on $15 each.
  • Bar is open for cocktail service. There is a 2 drink minimum per guest

Meet the Guest Chefs

Chef Karina Garcia, Cocina Consuelo

Bio: After moving from the Dominican Republic to New York City, Karina was exposed to countless cultures which made her realize the many similarities that those cultures shared. Being Afro Caribeña gave her a purpose to seek out those similarities when approaching Mexican food. Before the pandemic hit, Karina had just started a new job after a year at Eleven Madison Park while her husband Lalo was working at Cosme. Like so many others in the industry, they were furloughed from their jobs. They sought a way to unlock their creativity and continue sharing their passion for food. A few days later, Karina made her first Birria (a popular Mexican dish from Jalisco) that took over 15 hours to cook. Lalo was floored, it tasted like home and soon after Cocina Consuelo was born. Their relaxed in-home dining, pop up, take-out, and delivery venture began in late June 2020 amongst friends and family. Within weeks, they began quickly selling out of everything and have since added more dishes such as the ‘Chiles Rellenos con Atún’, a specialty of Lalo’s grandmother, and vegan options like the ‘Tacos de Fajitas Veganas to their menus.’ Coming from high-end restaurants, they wanted to create food that was simple and authentic.

Chef Joel and Rachel of Flip Eats

Chef Joel Javier and Rachel Javier are the proud husband and wife team behind the awe-inspiring, Brooklyn-based food business, Flip Eats- their story of New-American Filipino cuisine. What started in 2015 as a singular pop-up bar event, has now grown into a full-service venture. Through Chef Joel’s experiences working alongside Michelin-starred chefs in New York City and Europe, along with Rachel’s experiences organizing high-level events, Flip Eats creates exclusively unique dining experiences for its guests with its seasonally driven and global flavors, while paying homage to treasured Filipino fares. To learn more about what they do, visit their website, And check out their Facebook and Instagram (@flipeats) for photos from past events!

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