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Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Food and Friends at the Dinner Party Project

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The Dinner Party Project

Where: All over this fine city, starting at Flour + Water

When: The first dinner is June 11

Cost: Varies, Flour + Water dinner $275/$265 (if purchased with Visa signature card)

The Rundown: It's a trip down memory lane via a meal. Chefs from around the city will pop-up with fellow chef friends to cook dinner and tell tales of the friendships that transpired over sharing kitchen space with one another. In a world where sharing counter space is like sharing a desk, the pop-up dinners' theme of camaraderie plays an intricate part in every meal that comes out of a kitchen. Now diners will learn details about these foodie friendships: What it's like for chefs who live with chefs, where chefs go -- and what they talk about -- after the burners are turned off for the night, and how their passion for food translates into the plate they create.

The dinners span six-weeks, and the other host venues include EPIC Roasthouse, Waterbar, Baker & Banker, and Grand Cafe. To see what chefs will be popping up where and when, and to buy tickets, visit the Dinner Party Project site.

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