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Alembic Chefs Launch Stag Dining; Dirty Dishes Finishes; Diamond Lil Pops Up on Polk

A vintage hunting invitation from Stag Dining Group's Facebook page. You get the picture.
A vintage hunting invitation from Stag Dining Group’s Facebook page. You get the picture.

We’ve been wondering what Jordan Grosser’s been up to, and now we hear that he and current Alembic chef Ted Fleury (Grosser also worked at Alembic), along with a couple of other dudes, are launching a little “clandestine” supper club called Stag Dining Group (menus there too). Their first events are tomorrow, December 17, and Saturday December 18, and there still appear to be seats available. It’s $80 a head, and BYOB. Location in Cole Valley TBA upon RSVP. For future alerts, follow them here or here. [SFoodie]

Also, in the Castro, tonight marks the last Dirty Dishes street food party at The Lookout (3600 16th Street at Noe), winding up an eleven-month run. The event doubles as a benefit for the Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs Culinary Arts program, and will feature foodstuffs from Kitchen Sidecar (possibly with banh mi burgers) and Dulceria. [SFoodie]

And last but not least, we’d like to alert you to the next appearance of Diamond Lil, the bustaurant we first told you about earlier this year, and which has taken a few spins since then. Host Kai Schoenhals and chef Daniel Isberg will pull the bus up to Spencer and Daniel’s wine shop at 1541 Polk Street tomorrow night, Friday, and will serve mushroom cappuccino and “yuletide” pork sliders from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. [Grub Street]

Alembic Chefs Launch Stag Dining; Dirty Dishes Finishes; Diamond Lil Pops Up on