Blind Pig Supper Club
Also, Asheville actor Alphie Hyorth has a significant role in the hit film "I, Tonya," and more.
Mike Moore and company are seeking $25,000 for mobile equipment.
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Moore, founder of the popular Blind Pig Supper Club in Asheville, plans to open the new joint this summer.
Chef Liam Luttrell-Rowland, chef at the Edington Center and lead trainer for Green Opportunities' GO-Kitchen Ready program, is the special guest this week.
Also, Stu wants to know if you're a local, independent restaurant and you have a "kid's eat free" policy.
“Underbelly means to give chefs, bartenders, farmers and craft food producers a voice," says Mike Moore, editor and founder of the Blind Pig supper club.
Asheville's food-scene explosion continues.
Seven Sows Bourbon and Larder is scheduled to open in Feb. in the former Mamacita's Baja Cantina space.
Dr. Temple Grandin and Blind Pig both appear in this event in Bermuda Run, N.C.
A new local brew arrives courtesy of Blind Pig, Pisgah Brewing and "Preserve," a local foodie film project.
The club's ambitious plans for 2012 also include a documentary film.
The "seven deadly sins" as interpreted by two chefs in a decadent seven-course dinner.
The first event is tentatively set for late summer/early fall.