Monday, August 31, 2009

Alternative Eating Experiences

Today's Tasting Table e-mail newsletter that landed in my inbox brought to my attention a couple of interesting dining possibilities. As I'm always intrigued by eating experiences that veer from the norm, I thought I'd share.

Want a memorable, intimate dinner cooked by a former Bouley chef? Brooklyn Fare, a grocery store serving dinner three nights a week, offers a changing five-course menu for $70 cooked by Cesar Ramierez.

At Katjitsu, in the East Village, you can sample Shojin cuisine, a vegetarian meal modeled on the culinary practices of Zen Buddhist monasteries.

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