What starts off small often ends big — just look at Burning Man, which began with a few friends on a sandy beach, and turned into 50,000 friends in a sandy desert.
Introducing the latest “radical form of self-expression” that came from small beginnings: FoodShop, a pop-up dinner party serving delicious, farm-to-table eats in a metalsmith’s workshop, taking reservations now.
Founded as a casual Sunday dinner in Venice by a small group of friends, Food Shop’s now a monthly dinner party in a romantically lit metalsmith’s studio, where an architect-turned-chef serves succulent farm-raised dishes. And you’re invited.
FoodShop meets monthly, and with November comes a Middle Eastern feast of delicious eats: lamb kebabs, Tomato Shakshouka (poached egg, braised tomato, garlic, paprika), and desserts made by Hyejin Cho.
The next FoodShop invites won’t be sent until this weekend, but to grab a seat early, email FoodShop and mention InsideHook. Seats are limited, it’s BYOB (they’ll give recommendations), and donations are encouraged.
The food’s so good, you’ll start small and end big, too.