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Thursday, October 9, 2008

SF Weekly's Seven-Day Dish

Posted By on Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 12:15 PM

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Looking for a dining experience off the beaten path? Read on, adventurous gourmands. Billing itself as a "pirate faction" led by a self-described dissident chef, SubCulture Dining hosts communal Quantum Dining events. Its motto: "The State of the Art in In-Corporeal Quantum Dining in San Francisco." These "chef-style" market dinners -- meaning no advance menus -- consist of six to 11 courses covering a wide breadth of cuisine. Needless to say, finicky eaters need not apply. In characteristic under-the-radar fashion, only after you reserve will you receive confirmation (by phone or e-mail) seats -- and within eight hours of the event -- of where dinner will be held. Confused yet? Look at it this way: With all the brain power it takes to navigate SubCulture’s labyrinthine reservation process, you'll work up a mighty appetite by the time dinner rolls around, and from the looks of some past menus, it's worth the trouble. The next dinner, the PreView Tasting Event, happens this Tuesday, October 14, presumably sometime in the evening, and somewhere in San Francisco. Click here to reserve your spot.

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