Have you heard of the notion of pop-up restaurants? They're happening everywhere and go by many names. I think my favorite is "guerrilla dining" but you can also find out about them by looking for pop-up supper clubs.
Think of them as impromptu supper clubs that sprout up and showcase a chef, cooking style, restaurant or even a culinary school by throwing an invitation only, usually artisan, dinner. It's held at a different place each time and you can count on the food being above average, maybe even edgy, and just what the gastronaut in the family wants! This is a place to experiment and enjoy the ride.
|Bone Marrow Butter and a variety of Bread
|Parmigiano fondete pocket and Corzetti sweet wine pasta
with Polceverasca sauce
|Pork loin rosa di parma, stuffed pears and three bites for dessert; Rokz affogato
Cocoa nib spoon, tiramisu mousse, Cappucino panna cotta, hazelnut crunch
|As the Solstice Dinner wound down, the scenery was even more breath-taking.