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Can You Keep a Secret?
Lizzie Jones | Photo: Image via blackdogfoodblog.com | September 13, 2013
Underground supper clubs are one of ATL’s best-kept secrets—and we’re letting the cat out of the bag.
After graduating culinary school and discovering his love of Latin food, Zach and his wife, Christina, started infusing Latin with Southern tastes to create their own signature dishes. PushStart Kitchen, the underground supper club at The Goat Farm Arts Center, has been so successful in the past few years that they’re opening their own brick-and-mortar resto. 1200 Foster Street NW, pushstartkitchen.com
Souper Jenny Underground Supper Club
Jenny Levison is beloved around town for her ever-changing menu of exceptional eats. Shoot her an email at email@example.com and tell her why you deserve culinary delights from the likes of Richard Blais, Linton Hopkins and herself at the Souper Jenny Underground Supper Club on Saturdays. 56 East Andrews Drive NW, 404.237.7687, souperjennyatl.com
PorKman’s Table Fight the Fright Sunday Dinners
Forego the couch and reserve your Sunday nights for wining, dining and fun. PorKman’s Table’s festivities include a three- to five-course meal with themed drink pairings while you mingle with old and new friends at Ben Portman’s West Midtown abode. 384 Deering Road NW, 404.290.7022, porkmanstable.com
For the early risers, Yard 54 switches up the secret supper scene and introduces us to an underground brunch club. James Martin and Muss & Turner’s Sous Chef Rawle Fraser host a small crowd for an intimate Saturday brunch in Rawle’s home. Reynoldstown, 513.508.0873, yard54.com
The Burger Coalition
Burger lovers galore! Each month, opt to explore new burger territory at a different Atlanta burger joint selected by James Martin and Dan Gavin, the brains behind TBC. You can even suggest your favorite burger for the next month’s field trip. Multiple locations, theburgercoalition.com