Dining out can get boring after a while and it always seems overpriced. I am learning that I am not the only one who thinks so. Underground dining is when a chef will host a dinner party at a certain location and charge a flat rate typically called a "donation" and usually is driven by a particular theme. Don't look too hard in your local paper because attending these underground restaurants will require some kind of connection. Unfortunately, I have never been invited to an underground restaurant but from what I read about them, it is by word of mouth, invitation only. Let me mention that these restaurants are not legal. The idea is that a gourmet chef can provide great quality food at an affordable price and not have to pay for the liquor license or health inspector or social security etc etc. You get great food for a great price. These underground restaurants happen in large cities all over the world. It is a somewhat recent trend for foodies but only happens sporadically and at different locations. The unpredictability and the changing themes make this experience appealing to the bored diner. Has anyone experience an underground restaurant? Keep your eyes open; you may find yourself an invitation to a new dining experience!
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