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|From: chickenjohn (chickenjohnchickenjohn.com)|
|Date: Sun, 2 Mar 2014 11:21:38 -0800 (PST)|
.So there is this guy, Eugene, he has done a few dinner theatre shows here at the Chez Poulet. It's fancy food and storytelling performance. It's pricey, like $100, but I'm putting it on the list so you can see what kind of private stuff happens here. The food at these things is the focus, and that's why it's so expensive. But I assure you these guys do it right. The theme is actually the best one that they have done here as well. The event is Saturday March 8th.
sorry the hyperlinx don't work. I can't figure it out…
Imagine a dinner party where every story spun across the table was kindling for the courses to come.
is a storytelling dinner theater where each course is an edible metaphor of one of the five storytelling performances. Launched in New York in 2012 by comedian and storyteller Eugene Ashton-Gonzalez, Eat My Heart Out has produced unique storytelling dinners from Brooklyn to Berkeley. We are returning to home base in San Francisco at Chez Poulet for a special experiment...
Our FAIRY TALE BANQUET on March 8th at Chicken’s warehouse is the first Eat My Heart Out dinner where we will have a meal derived exclusively from myths and folk tales performed by some of the best folk tellers and musicians in the Bay Area. Our performers, Cassie Cushing, Kenneth Foster, Jeff Byers, Nancy Wang, and Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo will share stories from around the globe. These tales directly inspired Guillermo Perez (of Fogcutter SF) to develop the menu for the evening.
=== MENU ===
sourdough crostini, devoto farms apple & mustard chutney, shaved horseradish, gold leaf
smoked local albacore sashimi, dashi-poached tokyo turnips, shiso, miso dressing, bonito flakes
chicken leg confit, braised kale, green olives, croutons
grilled hanger steak. cucumber kimchi, fried egg, shoyu onions, seasoned rice
berliner w/ maple rum custard & blachindla w/ spiced squash filling
Exact Location will be emailed to ticket-holders a few days before the event.
This event is BYOB - please feel free to bring your own wine and refreshments! A ticket includes the five course meal and all gratuity.
I have special dietary needs - do you offer a version of the dinner that I can eat? Unfortunately we don't have the ability to offer an alternative menu at this dinner. If you really, really want to come to EMHO but have special dietary restrictions, we'd appreciate it if you emailed us (eatmyheartoutshow [at] gmail.com) and let us know so we can try to develop an event you can attend in the future!
Any other questions? Email us - eatmyheartoutshow [at] gmail.com.
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