The Blind Pig Supper Club is hosting a March 26 dinner featuring four North Carolina chefs cooking dishes inspired by the iconic rock and punk club, CBGB.
The Blind Supper Club, which originated in Asheville and now holds events in the Triangle and Nashville, Tenn., is a dining event where attendees only learn a short time beforehand where the dinner will be held. This CGBG event is being held in an undisclosed Triangle location.
The chefs include Steve Goff, head butcher at Standard Foods in Raleigh, Billy Cotter, chef and owner of Dashi and Toast in Durham, Clarke Barlowe of Heirloom Restaurant in Charlotte, and Josh DeCarolis of the soon-to-open Mothers & Sons in Durham. They will be creating nine tasting courses that reflect nine amazing music artists, including Iggy Pop, Blondie, Joey Ramone, Patti Smith, Velvet Underground, The Police, Talking Heads, Television and Dead Boys.
The event will raise money for the Piedmont Culinary Guild, a grassroots effort to help develop and secure the local food system by creating an online hub for chefs, farmers, food artisans, culinary educators and other local culinary professionals.
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The location is undisclosed until 48 hours prior to the event and the menu is undisclosed until the guests are seated. Tickets cost $77.87 and are available via: bpcbgb.eventbrite.com.