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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
What:
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.
Where:
Williamsburg
When: Approximately once a month.

Ted and Amy
What:
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.
Where:
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.
Where:
Williamsburg
When: Most Sunday nights.

Brooklyn Edible Social Club
What:
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.
Where:
South Brooklyn
When: Every Saturday.

The Cardamom ClubUpdate: The Cardamom Club has suspended operation.
What:
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.
Where:
Midwood, Brooklyn. A short walk from the Newkirk Station on the Q line.
When: Just about every Saturday.

Photo: Courtesy of psfk

Originally written for Offmanhattan.com

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