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Women's International Day Dinner by Chef Ant S.

We're honored and excited to have this lovely collaboration for International Women's Day and Women's History Month.

- Drinks by Simmi
- Appetizer by Tori :
- Salad by Hawnuh :
- Soup by Elisa :
- Entree by Ant :
- Dessert by Contance :
Final menu TBA.

Photography by Rene Lopez :

Looking for a florist or decorator.
Looking for a DJ or musician.

About Pop-ups :
Pop-up restaurants, also called supper clubs or underground dinners are temporary restaurants. These restaurants often operate from a private home, former factory or similar space, or during festivals. Pop-up restaurants have been popular since the 2000s in Britain and Australia but they are not a new phenomenon. Pop-up restaurants have existed in the United States and Cuba. Diners typically make use of social media to follow the movement of these restaurants and make online reservations. Pop-up restaurants, like food trucks, are an effective way for chefs to gain exposure of their skills in the field of hospitality as they seek investors and attention pursuant to opening a restaurant or another culinary concept. Pop-up restaurants have been seen as useful for new culinary concepts, allowing them to utilize underused kitchen facilities and "experiment without the risk of bankruptcy". By 2013, this restaurant style had gained steam and prevalence in larger cities thanks in part to crowd-funding efforts that offered the short-term capital needed to fund start-up costs.

Earlier Event: May 23
Lunching with Lety
Later Event: April 7
Artist's Way Group