We know you love the Charm City Cook Amy Langrehr. We do too, and so we’ve asked her to post restaurant and food news everyday for all of us in the Baltimore Fishbowl! Look for her posts in the afternoon…just when you start thinking about what to do for dinner.
This week, the successful pop-up dinner concept, Dinner Lab, announced that it was expanding into nine new cities – and BALTIMORE is on the list!
Dinner Lab is a social dining experiment that unites undiscovered chefs with adventuresome diners who are looking for something different from the conventional restaurant experience.
Chefs are encouraged to make THEIR FOOD. No rules. Instead, Dinner Lab gives them a platform to tell a story through their menus – recipes that speak to their background or heritage, ingredients they are passionate about, or completely new dishes they’ve been experimenting with on days away from the restaurant. Food that tells the chef’s story. That’s Dinner Lab.
(Baltimore Fishbowl friend Dayna West, who lives in San Francisco, gave us the heads up on the news of Dinner Lab coming to Baltimore. She’s been to a few in SF and calls the experience, “different and fun.”)
Want in? Membership is $125. Visit the website to learn more or watch the video below.
- What I miss about dining out in Baltimore - April 29, 2020
- Q&A with Patrick Hudson of True Chesapeake Oyster Co., opening Oct. 9 - October 2, 2019
- Chef Carlos Raba on Good Energy, Mexican Spaghetti and the Road to Clavel - September 12, 2017