Classic English favorites made this a dinner to remember.
Mrs. Lovett’s meat pies
Here’s the star of the show: The English version of Hot Pockets or empanadas, meat pies are toasty and fun.
Mrs. Lovett’s “meat” pies
A vegan version was available, too.
This evening was in support of BU’s vibrant theater community, including the cast and crew of Sweeney Todd.
Fish and chips
Traditional pub snacks like this will never go out of style.
Pirelli’s Miracle Elixir
Straight from the script of the musical, the character Adolfo Pirelli is a con man and rival barber of Sweeney Todd.
More elixir, please!
This alternate version of the elixir with vanilla milk, whipped cream and grenadine has a bit of bubble and trouble to it.
Bangers and mash
Also known as sausages and mashed potatoes, this British classic is up there with toad in the hole for weird names!
Cherry “hand” pies
Finishing off the night with a sweet note—and another macabre play on words.