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The Omnivore’s Delight: Five Supper Clubs in Brooklyn

December 27, 2011

Whisk & Ladle Supper Club

There’s nothing like a home-cooked meal, especially when it’s prepared by people who know their way around the kitchen. See if you can score yourself a spot at any of these five hush-hush supper clubs throughout Brooklyn for a delish dinner.

Eat with Neighbor
E.W.N. is run by Archie and Emily, an adorable couple serving up wholesome American food (think dishes like wild mushroom toast, hazelnut and chard ravioli) in their artistic loft.
When: Approximately once a month.

Ted and Amy
Ted and Amy (named after chef favorites Ted Allen and Amy Sedaris) is hosted by Kara Masi, a self-proclaimed “decent home cook” who brings omnivores together at her apartment for themed dinners that revolve according to seasonal ingredients.
Ft. Greene
When: Once a week.

Whisk and Ladle
What: Classic cuisine is the star of the menu at this (mostly) weekly supper club hosted by three friends in their 95-year old renovated factory building on the Williamsburg waterfront.
When: Most Sunday nights.

Brooklyn Edible Social Club
This cooking collective is led by a chef with over a decade of prestigious dining experience (think The French Laundry and Gordon Ramsay) and a food-loving designer. The five-course artisanal dinner parties they host feature seasonal ingredients from local and responsible farms.
South Brooklyn
When: Every Saturday.

The Cardamom ClubUpdate: The Cardamom Club has suspended operation.
Buds Biss & Auria have (at least) one thing in common: They love cooking with Cardamom. Hence the eclectic dishes (everything from pan-Asian to Indian) they whip up at their place or yours for groups of 10 or more.
Midwood, Brooklyn. A short walk from the Newkirk Station on the Q line.
When: Just about every Saturday.

Photo: Courtesy of psfk

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