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Gallery Food 

Wednesday, Nov 11 2009
Galleries are known for serving Trader Joe’s buckets of minibrownies, not sliders with heirloom pepper relish and aioli, wild boar sausages on potato rolls, flatbread with foraged mushrooms, and cupcakes by Kingdom Cake. There: We just told you most of the menu at tonight’s EAT at 111 Minna. Every Monday, chef Tommy Halvorson of underground Phoenix Supper Club thinks up a special tapas-style menu, doesn’t go to Phoenix Supper Club, goes instead to the gallery, and fixes up special dishes for those who want to dine alongside art and a changing lineup of DJs: tonight, that’s Señor Oz from Afrolicious. For those who think Halvorson’s dinner-in-a-gallery sounds like something from a Top Chef challenge, consider this: Phoenix Supper Club is a roaming restaurant with no fixed kitchen. Chef Tommy knows exactly what he’s doing.
Mon., Nov. 16, 5 p.m., 2009

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