Prosperity Social Club To Host Socially Distanced Dyngus Day Celebration

click to enlarge Prosperity Social Club will feature a special Dyngus Day menu. - COURTESY OF PROSPERITY SOCIAL CLUB
Courtesy of Prosperity Social Club
Prosperity Social Club will feature a special Dyngus Day menu.
The pandemic wiped out last year’s Dyngus Day celebration at Prosperity Social Club, but this year, the club has made adjustments for social distancing and put the annual end-of-Lent celebration back on its calendar.

“Rest assured, it will taste and sound like a joyous end-of-Lent celebration should,” says owner Bonnie Flinner in a press release about how Prosperity will rotate through three seated shows (12:30 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5:45 p.m.) on Monday, April 5, for those interested in celebrating the day known as Wet Monday.

Accordionist Stan Mejac will perform at the event; advance reservations are required.

“With small tables spread apart and acrylic hanging, our main room seating will be at a premium,” says Flinner, noting that there will be a $6 per person music fee for the dining room tables.

The back room and patio will be open without a cover.

A special menu will feature house-made potato pancakes, loaded pierogi, Hungarian- and Polish-style stuffed cabbage, pork schnitzel, an ethnic platter, a beer- battered fish fry and apple-raisin bread pudding.

“Our kielbaski sandwich with bacon sauerkraut, stadium mustard hollandaise, onion straws and handcut fries is a fun, filling twist on the traditional,” says Flinner.

Prosperity’s kitchen will be open from noon to 9 p.m. Limited curbside pickup will be available with pre-order.

When not seated, patrons must wear masks.

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