Don’t Tell Anyone About This Dinner Party

We don't want to get caught.

April 23, 2015 9:00 am

You’re at a mansion in Beverly Hills.

Smell of eucalyptus on the pool deck. Open bar. City lights sprawled out and twinkling below you.

And the owners are…

Out of town.

You’re at Place Invaders, the supper club that rents a private home and then throws a dinner party there without the homeowners’ knowledge.

They cook. You dine. And then poof … they’re gone.

Since the owners remain in the dark, guests are asked to keep it mum. No social media-ing. No chatting up the neighbors.

They’re now taking applications for their first LA soirée, which goes down May 1st-3rd and will comprise three dinners and two brunches.

Expect Emeril’s breakfast hash. Momofuku’s bo ssam pork. Lots of cocktails.

So also expect an Uber ride.

Sign up online. PI will handpick around 24 guests for each dinner. Tickets are sold in pairs.

See you there.

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