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Dinner Clubs

  1. Openings
    Supper Clubs Great and Small: Bon Appétit and Cardinal ClubThe latest in clandestine dining.
  2. Menus
    Supper Club Offers a Taste of Charles’ MenuA look at the menu that Waverly Inn’s John DeLucie helped create.
  3. Dinner Clubs
    Williamsburg’s Whisk & Ladle, in New Book: Don’t Call Us Hipsters.‘Secret Suppers’ explores underground dining across the land.
  4. Top Secret
    Whisk & Ladle Supper Club Outed by Food NetworkIs the secret supper club going mainstream?
  5. NewsFeed
    ‘Allergy-Plagued Foodies’ Get Their Own Dinner ClubA special dinner at Craftbar will be free of gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, and shellfish. Or, if you’re not an allergy sufferer, you might want to opt for Texican food at a Flatiron loft.
  6. NewsFeed
    Socialite Tamsin Lonsdale’s Supper Club Probably Doesn’t Want YouWhile the Post ran a story yesterday focusing on Homeslice West’s secret dinners in Upper West Side apartments, the dinner-club scene is going to get a lot glitzier when Brit socialite Tamsin Lonsdale brings her London “supper club” to New York. Ahead of a launch party later this month, Lonsdale has already held recruiting dinners at Indochine, La Esquina, and Gemma — with more planned at Palma and the new Cantina. At the dinners, current members have entertained friends who might be willing to pay a $750 fee to be invited to what a spokesman (yes, a dinner club has hired a PR firm) tells us will eventually be twelve events a month (some of them requiring purchase of additional tickets).
  7. Mediavore
    School of Rock for Celebrity Chefs; Organic Produce Got in My BodegaIt had to happen: A cooking school will teach the fine art of celebrity chefdom. [Food Arts] Albany is looking to get local and organic produce into low-income neighborhoods. [Daily Intel] A peek inside the supersecret Bite Club. [Off the Broiler] Related: Stop Being Perfect and Sign Up for Bite Club [Grub Street]