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A Few Seats Left for Underground Dinner

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Bon Mangé is the name of a new series of underground dinners featuring New Orleans-influenced fare. And good eats are on the menu.

Chef Pieter Sypesteyn, who worked under Andrew Weissman at Il Sogno among other restaurants, is launching the series with a four-course dinner at 7 p.m. Saturday.

The menu will include family-style beginning with the following treats: Creole Cream Cheese with Pickapeppa, Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Andouile Aïoli and Duck Liver Pâté with Pickles.

The rest of the menu includes Crispy Gulf Oysters with Arugula and Radish, New Orleans Barbecue Shrimp, Venison Grillades and Grits with glazed carrots, and stuffed beignets with Cafe Brulot.

The cost of the meal is $70 a person with tax and tip included. Wine will be provided, but people can bring their own without a corkage fee.

For a reservation, call 210-420-0090 or email, The location of the meal will be disclosed with a confirmed reservation.


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