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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Bernal Supper Club Invades Coffee Bar

Posted By on Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 1:00 PM

Jonathan Sutton and Tony Ferrari, two of the three minds behind Bernal Supper Club - COURTESY OF BERNAL SUPPER CLUB
  • Courtesy of Bernal Supper Club
  • Jonathan Sutton and Tony Ferrari, two of the three minds behind Bernal Supper Club

Bernal Supper Club -- which morphed from a neighborhood experiment in camaraderie and food into a once-a-week pop-up -- is bringing its fresh market focus to Coffee Bar for Friday night dinner.

Bernalwood documented a recent pop-up dinner in photos, and the menu for Friday's Coffee Bar dinner features chicken leg confit and pasta aglio olio as main course options, with meatballs or kabocha squash soup to start and peach cobbler with black pepper crème fraîche to wrap things up. Two seating times -- 6:15 and 8:30 p.m. -- are already up for grabs at $40 for a three-course meal with intermezzo and $15 extra for wine pairing by Coffee Bar.

Ferrari says that Supper Club will be collaborating with Coffee Bar again in the future, "sometime in November." Mm!

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