Just because the show is over doesn't mean millennial Brooklynites won't be interested in a "Downton Abbey"-style dinner party. At least that's what the organizers of the event The World of Downton Abbey are hoping.

On the evening of Saturday, May 21, guests will be transported to the year 1912 and will dine and sip on the foods and drinks the Grantham Family would have enjoyed. The event is hosted by the supper club Edible History. Tickets are $120 plus tax and are available at eventbrite.com.

The menu includes champagne ices and punch as well as classic dishes like haddock in sharp sauce. Here are some more:

Consomme Royale

Consomme was a common soup in the early
Consomme was a common soup in the early 1900s. A rich broth made with stock and clarified using egg whites, it was a favored first course. (Credit: Edible History)

Galantine of chicken

A galantine is a deboned and stuffed meat.
A galantine is a deboned and stuffed meat. Each course at The World of Downton Abbey will be paired with an old world wine and historical "upstairs, downstairs" stories. (Credit: Edible History)

Eton mess

The very British dessert eton mess will conclude
The very British dessert eton mess will conclude the dinner. Made with strawberries and cake, meringue and cream, the dessert got its name from Eton College, where it was traditionally served at cricket matches. (Credit: Edible History)

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