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Eater Supper Club Is Back, and the Olmsted Team Is Hosting

February brings chef Greg Baxtrom and wine director Zwann Grays to the Eater Test Kitchen for a special off-menu, one night only dinner

Update: This event is now sold out.

At the next Eater Supper Club, on February 26, Olmsted’s chef and wine director are serving a one-night-only dinner at the Eater Test Kitchen. It will be an intimate family-style feast: Greg Baxtrom is pulling inspiration from across his long career to explore the contrast between the natural and the high-tech, with ingredients ranging from the most untouched to the most cleverly manipulated.

Joining him on the drinks front is Olmsted wine director Zwann Grays, who will pair courses with a range of natural and “conventional” wines. Together, they’ll experiment, riff, explore, and cook off-menu for a meal you can’t get anywhere else — it’s all included in the $90 ticket.

If you’re not able to make Supper Club in February, look out for tickets in the next couple of weeks for Test Kitchen events including:

  • March Wine Club, happening on March 18 and hosted by sommelier and wine consultant Lee Campbell, who will share her favorite wines from along the East Coast
  • In April, Supper Club is back with chef Erik Ramirez, who will bring his restaurant Llama San to the Test Kitchen for one night
  • Winemaker Martha Stoumen will be hosting Wine Club in May — watch this space for more details on the theme...

Stay tuned for tickets to open up for these events and more.

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