Poster for Dazed and Confused Film Feast

Dazed and Confused Film Feast

Director: Richard Linklater Run Time: 102 min. Format: DCP Rating: R Release Year: 1993

Starring: Adam Goldberg, Ben Affleck, Jason London, Joey Lauren Adams, Matthew McConaughey, Milla Jovovich, Rory Cochrane, Shawn Andrews, Wiley Wiggins

Have a DAZED AND CONFUSED FILM FEAST with your buds Nitehawk and Lagunitas that you’ll never forget (if only you could remember).

Anniversary Note: Nitehawk’s FILM FEASTS was first served in October 2012 with a screening of Apocalypse Now with Sixpoint Brewery. Dazed and Confused marks the fourth time we’ve collaborated with Lagunitas Brewing Company.

It’s the last day of school in the summer of ’76, and the kids of Lee High school are busting loose. Like most high school kids, they’re a cliquey bunch – there’s the jocks, the burnouts, the geeks, the mean girls, the freshmen, the gearheads – but if there’s one thing that unifies the lot of them, it’s the need for some good ol’ worthwhile visceral experience. As the long Texas night settles in, the kids bounce from a busted house party, to a pool hall, to a field-kegger for the ages all while debating life’s immortal questions: Who am I? When will I get out of this podunk town? Where’s the beer?

As always, our Film Feasts serve each dish at the moment its inspirational scene comes on the screen!

MENU

WAKE ‘N’ BAKE
breakfast Sausage, sunny side up egg, tickler cheddar, baked puff pastry
Beer pairing – Lagunitas IPA

FRESHMAN PIGGIES
pigs in a blanket, ketchup, yellow mustard
Beer pairing – Lagunitas Sucks

LOW RIDER JOINT
Texas style taquito, braised chicken, cotija cheese, dill weed, smoked tomato salsa
Beer pairing – Lagunitas Little Sumptin’

TOP NOTCH BURGER
pickled jalapeños, queso, baby arugula, Martin’s Roll, “soggy” salt and vinegar fries
Beer pairing – Lagunitas Ultra-Mega-Mondo-Red Ale

PARTY AT THE MOONTOWER
oatmeal and chocolate Moon”Tower” Pie
Beer pairing – Lagunitas Censored

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Menu items subject to change, no substitutions.