underground supper club
Traveling Plate dinners are hosted in unique locations throughout South Florida. Without the constraints of a traditional restaurant, our guest chefs can experiment and have a more direct relationship with guests. Communal tables ensure that good conversation is as important to the experience as the food.
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Find out about The Traveling Plate’s upcoming dining experience including the date, location and guest chef. You can secure your ticket, as well as one guest ticket online.
Take a look at just a few of The Traveling Plate’s unique dinners throughout South Florida. From museums, race tracks, warehouses to theaters, The Traveling Plate is sure to bring you to dining venues you’d never thought possible.
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The Traveling Plate is an opportunity to experience delectable cuisine and meet new people in a unique and constantly changing setting. Since menus and locations are one-night only affairs, each evening is meant to be a once in a lifetime experience. Our mission is for guests to come for a great meal, leave with an unforgettable experience . . . all for a great cause. Our dinners are hosted in unique locations from art galleries to warehouses to lofts. Without the constraints of a traditional restaurant, chefs can experiment and have a more direct relationship with dinner guests. Underground dinners typically attract adventurous patrons that are looking for a unique culinary experience in a setting that is more social than your typical restaurant. Communal tables ensure that good conversation is as important to the experience as the food. The Traveling Plate underground dinner concept was created by the ARC Broward Culinary Institute and came to fruition through a project of the Leadership Broward Foundation Class XXX. The founding members of the group include professionals from different industries who came together to bring awareness of the ARC Broward Culinary Institute to a new audience of foodies.