The supper club raises money for charity by hosting dinners in undisclosed locations. Diners buy their tickets online and receive an email a couple days before the event with details on where the dinner is being held.
The Feb. 9 event features chefs Matt Kelly of Mateo Tapas and Vin Rouge, both in Durham; Brian Canipelli of Cucina 24 in Asheville; and Danielle Centeno of Escazu Chocolates in Raleigh. It costs $85. Tickets are available at blindpigofasheville.com.
The dinner will benefit the Helene Foundation, a non-profit that helps North Carolina families with mothers actively undergoing cancer treatments.
(I attended a Blind Pig dinner earlier this week. It was held at the historic Gethsemane Seventh-Day Adventist Church on South Person Street in downtown Raleigh. To read my account of the dinner via Storify, go to goo.gl/ZZzeUA.)