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Underground Southern Dinner

Secret supper club returns to SoCo

Just in time for Mardi Gras season, the secret chefs of Guerrilla Cuisine are hosting a southern-inspired dinner on the down-low, happening this Saturday, 2/18/2012 in Healdsburg.

Undercover organizers are calling it “a culinary revival with Southern Soul”, featuring chefs, a featured artist and a winemaker who are all transplants from the land of Dixie. Five courses are served with wine, but BYOB (to share with friends) is always encouraged.

“Guerrilla Cuisine is not for everyone.  It’s not a sit at a restaurant and order from a big menu kind of event.  It’s an intimate evening with strangers and getting closer to the people that grow, raise and produce your food,” say organizers.

That’s about all the info you’ll get beforehand, including the exact location (given out just before the event and only to ticketholders). But past dinners have been sell-out events and this one will likely be the same.

Wanna go? Me, too.

Guerilla Cuisine Wine Country, $50 per person, 6pm.
Order tickets online at https://gcsoco.eventbrite.com/

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