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Chef Plum takes over Edmond Town Hall for next installment of Dinner Underground

One of our favorite chefs here in Connecticut is hosting another event in his Dinner Underground series, but this time around it’s in a brand new spot. 203 more words

Special Event

Regular event - Kitchen Pop-Up, London

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Container Restaurant 1 - "Capo Pernil" - Container Restaurante 1

Studio A+L´ designs first container restaurant in Tatuí.

‘Capo Pernil’ is the new life for a disused shipping container, the newest luncheonette and meeting point in the heart of the city. 125 more words


Flash in the pan: CIA opens new six-month restaurant

Trends in the culinary world change just as fast as our tastes do. However, there is one trend that is simultaneously temporary and enduring: the pop-up restaurant.

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Pop-ups popping up everywhere

The ephemeral, ‘here today, gone tomorrow’, phenomenon ‘ala pop-up’ restaurant has quite literally taken the world of alternative dining by storm in Johannesburg. Already a fashionable food trend in major cities across the globe including New york, Paris, London and Berlin, the concept of the Pop-up restaurant has entrenched itself in the heart of the Jozi food scene with secret eateries cropping up in all manner of places ranging from abandoned warehouses, to refurbished 1920’s power stations to svelte nightclubs in the heart of Sandton’s CBD. 441 more words


Topless Parties, Vangina’s, Rock ’n’ Roll, Bush Stories and Wild Meat

Topless Parties, Vangina’s, Rock ’n’ Roll, Bush Stories, and Wild Meat 

Backstage with Jody Peck… A.K.A. Miss Quincy

Having had the chance to hear Jody Peck perform with… 800 more words

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Eating in Leeds: Afsaneh Kaviani's Persian Supper Club

Securing a place at Afsaneh Kaviani’s Persian Supper Club is like being the sole friend invited to a family celebratory feast. Gathering around Afsaneh’s dining room table to share platters of her home cooked food, the atmosphere is relaxed, informal and free from pretension, allowing her delicious food and the simple act of sharing it with others to be fully appreciated, which, our host tells us at the start of the evening, reflects the Persian approach to food and how it is best experienced. 520 more words