Brunch isn't just meal, it's a lifestyle. If done right, it can be a downright religious experience. Come worship with us one Sunday a month at the altars of film and food as we screen movies that deserve a big screen revisit mixed with mimosas, a mouthwatering themed brunch menuâ€¦ and more mimosas. Join us this October at the Ritz as we celebrate our favorite on-screen Witches all month long! Each show will have a theme inspired specialty cocktail and brunch menu item only available during those shows!THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK [from the novel by John Updike] is a brilliantly conceived metaphor for the battle between the sexes that literally poses the question must a woman sell her soul to the devil to have a good relationship? With a no-holds-barred performance by Jack Nicholson as the horny Satan, itâ€™s a very funny and irresistible set-up for anyone who has ever been baffled by the opposite sex.
Sukie Ridgemont (Michelle Pfeiffer), a writer for the local newspaper, is the intellectual; Jane Spofford (Susan Sarandon), a high school music teacher, is the woman of feeling; and Alexandra Medford (Cher), a sculptress, represents the sensuous side. Theyâ€™re all divorced and theyâ€™re all looking for a Mr Right. Enter Daryl Van Horn (Jack Nicholson), the answer to their collective longing for a man of wit, charm and intelligence. What could possibly go wrong?
Oh, and these are "rowdy" screenings, too, meaning we cheer for our favorite characters, dance during montages, and cheers to our favorite moments!