12 seats, 12 courses, 12 art pieces 

Ensuring food supply has been a critical endeavor in every culture, and many cultures have called upon art to guarantee it. From ritual based art to contemporary artists using art to criticize modern food production, art history is permeated with evidence of how food has influenced culture, and vice versa. Food has been a source of great pleasure to humans. Artists have made paintings, sculptures and photographs to glorify food, to celebrate its shape, color, texture, and to revel in its abundance.


ticketS & LOCATION

Join us inside an old-fashioned house on Madison near 23rd in Seattle Washington. With its all-white tables,
banquettes and Verner Panton chairs this space is guaranteed to insure a polished and posh experience.


Dec. 2

Dinner #1

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Dec. 9


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