supperclub san francisco Announces Special Vegetarian Week
Innovative Restaurant to Celebrate the Joys of Vegetarian Cuisine
Renowned for its provocative and entertaining approach to fine dining, supperclub san francisco will present a special week of completely meatless gourmet dinners from Tuesday, May 26 through Sunday, May 31.
The prix fixe 3- and 4-course surprise menus will be served to guests as they lounge on supperclub's unique roman-style beds while they enjoy a tantalizing array of visual arts, live performances, and seductive music mixed by resident DJs. A special selection of health-oriented cocktails will also be featured.
"We like to create new and exciting experiences our guests," says supperclub's General Manager, Edme Straver. "For those who follow a vegetarian diet, the menu will be a welcome pleasure-and for those that do not usually eat strictly vegetarian, the menu will be a revelation."
Famous for their contemporary global cuisine designed to "delight the palate and stimulate the senses," Executive Chef Guus Wickenhagen and Sous Chef Alex Molitz intend to use locally grown seasonal ingredients in innovative ways for the special menu.
In addition to the special week's focus on healthful culinary arts, and its signature entertainment that includes fine art, performance art, and music, the healing arts will also be showcased, with foot, shoulder, and full-body massages offered by the Gayatri Institute. Since its inception in Amsterdam, supperclub locations around the world are known for providing a platform for all types of emerging artists.
Adds Straver, "After the fast pace that we all encounter in this contemporary society, a body needs healthy food, with physical and mental stimulation to relax and let go. When our guests are open trying new things that they might not ordinarily encounter, the experience can be transformative-and very memorable."
$35 on Tuesday, $55 on weekdays, Friday $65, Saturday $70.
Official Website: http://www.supperclub.com/index.php?ver_location=sanfrancisco
Added by FullCalendar on April 11, 2009