Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Riffs and Corsair Team Up to Pop Up

Posted By on Wed, May 30, 2012 at 5:40 AM

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Earlier in the spring (remember when it wasn't 95 degrees?), the culinary geniuses behind Riffs Fine Street Food parked their truck for an evening and set up a pop-up restaurant for an evening at Notable Blends near Greer Stadium. From all accounts, it was a fantastic meal. I even heard some folks opine that it surpassed The Catbird Seat for a hundred-dollar meal, though I can't speak to that directly.

Well, those crazy kids are at it again, and this time they're teaming up with the mad mixologists at Corsair Artisan Distillery. The dinner will be this Saturday night, June 2, and they've let the cat out of the bag that the venue will be at the Corsair facility at 1200 Clinton St. in the Marathon Motor Works complex.

There will be two seatings, at 6 and 8:30, although the first seating has almost sold out already. Diners can expect a full seated dinner with accompanying cocktails for every dish. Then cost of the dinner is $100 per person, but unlike the first pop-up event, the price includes tax and gratuity. So you can consider this to be about a 30 percent discount over the March event. Nonalcoholic options will also be available if you're not a tippler.

The food and drinks should be fantastic, and Corsair is a great place to visit for a party. If you're interested act fast. Email chefs@riffstruck.com or call (615) 249-8560 to reserve a spot at the table. You'll need to give them a credit card number to hold your space, but then you'll be all set for a great night out.

If you want to try to score a couple of free seats, you could visit the blog of friend of Bites Beth Sachan and try to win her contest. Good luck! (But be aware that if you don't win, all the other seats might sell out in the interim.)

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