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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Lucky Peach Issue 3 Release Party

Posted By on Thu, Mar 8, 2012 at 9:00 AM

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What: McSweeney's Food Quarterly Lucky Peach Issue 3, "Cooks & Chefs" Release Party

Where: The hidden climes of Secret Alley, 180 Capp St.

When: Tuesday, March 13th, 7-11 p.m.

Cost: $8 for magazine subscribers, $12 for laypeople

The Rundown: Esteemed local publisher McSweeney's has done a bang up job with the first two issues of Lucky Peach, their food quarterly collabo with dining empire Momofuku's executive chef David Chang, and the third issue is just about ready to crash the stands. In honor of the "Cooks & Chefs" issue, McSweeney's is throwing a meat-tastic soiree at the "ever changing movie set" that is Secret Alley. Pork-oriented snacks will be on hand from the meat maestro himself, Ryan Farr of 4505 Meats, with throat-dampening alcoholic sustenance provided by Magnolia Brewery. Dessert will be an unsettling scoop of Marco Ferreri's 1973 food porn (or food/porn) masterpiece La Grande Bouffe. Surprises are promised. 

                                                 Noah Sanders tweets at @sandersnoah.
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