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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Orlando ClandesDine



Orlando ClandesDine Pop-Up Dinner

What is it?
Enjoy great food in surprise locations with Orlando ClandesDine. Put on by TheDailyCity.com from time to time, guests buy tickets in advance without knowing the menu or location until the day of the event.


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When is the first one?
The first iteration of Orlando ClandesDine is Saturday January 26, 2013, 7:30pm - 11pm. 


Tickets
There are only 50 tickets available and they are $75 pp. Ticket sales MUST end January 19th so the Chef can prep for the event.

What can guests expect? 
There will be a surprise 5-course dinner menu by Chef Bryce Balluff, complimentary beverages provided with courses for guests over 21, and live music from members of the Orlando Youth Symphony Orchestra,

Location
For this iteration, we are revealing the location ahead of time. We will be taking over TheDailyCity.com Cardboard Art Festival ! The exhibit space will be closed to the public and guests will sit amongst the art/

Details

  • Saturday January 26, 2013, 7:30pm - 11pm
  • Admission: $75 per person
  • Buy Tickets: http://ClandesDineJan262013.eventbrite.com/
  • Note: Ticket sales end Jan 19th
  • Seating: 50 seats max
  • Address: Say It Loud, 1121 N. Mills Ave., Orlando, FL 32803
  • Parking: street only

Chef Bryce Bulluff:
Chef Bryce Balluff, hailing from the French Culinary Institute and working in some of the finest kitchens from New York to south Florida, brings a special reverence for ingredients and a passion for perfection. Training at Michelin stared Per Se, Asia De Cuba, Barbuto, and locally working as the private dining chef at Luma on park and the chef de cuisine at Puff'n Stuff Catering manned the helm of the kitchens of The Funky Monkey Wine Company and Draft Global Beer Lounge & Grill. Chef Bryce brings over a decade of artistic passion, finesse, and culinary expertise to Fork In The Road

Must Read:
A brief, but important, refresher course on ClandesDine: there is no "menu". There are no choices. You'll be eating what the chef chooses to make for the night. If you have food related allergies, strict dietary requirements, religious restrictions; are salt sensitive, vegetarian, pescatarian, or vegan; don't like your meat cooked medium rare, or are pregnant: this meal is probably not for you. Do not expect white-glove service. Don't ask for your sauce on the side. Just come and enjoy.

Legal Stuff:
Plus some legalese: please note that if you're requesting a spot, you understand that any food or beverages you consume are at your own risk, that you voluntarily assume any and all risks, known and unknown, and voluntarily release the organizers of the event from any claims, including personal injury and wrongful death, resulting in any manner from your participation in this event, whether caused by negligence or otherwise.

Producer Mark Baratelli (About | Facebook
Mark Baratelli is an Orlando Business Journal 40 Under 40 award recipient and was described by the Orlando Weekly "...if everyone in Orlando who claims to care about the arts had 1 percent of (Mark) Baratelli’s energy and commitment, this city would be a world culture capital." That same newspaper named him 2012 + 2011 Best Local Advocate and 2010 Best Arts Advocate. The event he is best known for, The Food Truck Bazaar, is produced in twelve towns per month, averages 1,000 attendees in each town, won 2012 Best Local Food Event from Edible Orlando Magazine (2nd) and 2012 Best Monthly Event from YELP Orlando (1st). It also earned him the title of "The Pied Piper of Food Trucks" from the Orlando Business Journal and a 2012 BizBash Best Event Producer nomination. His other projects include Orlando Improv Festival, Audience Choice Awards and Mobile Art Show

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1 comment:

Veronique said...

Definitely going because it's my birthday!