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An NYC restaurant is hosting incredibly accurate Game of Thrones dinners

David Goldberg

During the seventh season premiere of HBO's Game of Thrones on Sunday Night, more than 16 million people thought the same things at once. First: "Is that Ed Sheeran?" And second: "Pass me some of that rabbit." For such a visceral, often grotesque series, Game of Thrones certainly makes its hearty meals look mighty good. And that's not even to mention the obscene consumption of red wine on display every season. 

For fans looking to feast like a (debatably legitimate) king or queen, White Gold Butchers is throwing authentic Dinner is Coming meals and screenings on Sunday nights this season. For $55, you can opt in for a Clegane-worthy dinner including an appetizer, dinner, dessert and gratuity, and another $15 gets you all-you-can-drink beer and wine. Here's Sunday's menu:

@thebellejustine is da real MVP of tonight's #gameofthrones dinner wth these menus. See you tonight! #meatyaf

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If you can't wait until Sunday, there's still time to check out David Santos's fabulously decadent Game of Thrones Inspired Tasting at Good Stock, now in its final night. The theory-ridden menu includes plates like "Cersei & Euron" chicken and eel dumpling soup and "Sansa & Littlefinger" duck fingers dipped in cherry sauce. You can get tickets for the $125 dinner here

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