Tuesday, July 21, 2009

A Forkable Fiafia Post-War Polynesian Supper Club.

Although I like to control my kitchen with an omnipotent hand of steel (just kidding, well...sort of), yielding complete control of the reigns to collaborate with others can be such sweet surrender. I'm excited to announce, we'll be teaming up again, this time with one of Chicago's premier social scensters, Ira Cox, of Being Totally Sweet In Chicago fame, to bring you the next event in our series of clandestine culinary events for foodies, fashionistas and other adventurous urbanites.


A Forkable Fiafia Post-War Polynesian Supper Club.
presented by Being Totally Sweet In Chicago

Sunday, August 9 at 6 p.m.
5 course pre fixie

Our next dinner event will be a time machine re-imagining of American Polynesian food as haute cuisine. Polynesian restaurants in Mid-century America were a swanky, exotic treat. While 1940's Tiki restaurants were famous for wild approximations, our fiafia menu will fuse traditional Polynesian recipes with contemporary style, combining the best ingredients, flavors and smells to bring you an alternate edible history. Our collaborative menu will surf the islands to bring you a paradise of authentic dishes recreated with a splash of bygone glamor for the present pallet.

This event is BYOB. Suggested contribution of $60.00 for online preregistration. As always our supper club events are hosted in an intimate urban space and seats are extremely limited so reserve your spot right away!

Check out our official press release for more details.

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