As if chef Eli Kulp didn’t already have enough on his plate, the new(ish) High Street on Market (which replaced Fork Etc in the space adjacent to Fork-the-restaurant) is starting up a special, prix fixe “Friends-and-Family” dinner service tonight.
The dinner starts at 9pm. There are both share plates and individual entrees involved (making the whole things 5 courses, give or take). But the coolest thing? The entire dinner is just $25 per person (drinks not included)–which is a helluva deal no matter how you look at it.
According to Eater, this is going to be an every-Tuesday-night thing at High Street, with new menus being posted on Twitter every Tuesday at noon. And lo and behold, the menu for tonight’s dinner is already up. Check it out after the jump.
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High Street on Market | Photo by Emily Teel
On Wednesday, November 13, High Street on Market will host an dinner with Sicilian winemaker Frank Cornelissen. Chef Eli Kulp will present four-courses featuring plates with locally foraged ingredients to pair with Cornelissen’s wines for $80.
High Street’s communal seating and family-style plates allow for guests to share a variety of dishes while interacting with the winemaker.
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Starting tonight, Ellen Yin and Eli Kulp‘s High Street On Market is going to be offering dinner service. Here’s what Kulp has to say about it:
“The dinner menu is designed to be fun, free-flowing and communal; everything is built for sharing. The focus of the menu is our hand-made and house-extruded pasta, prepared in a manner that is anything but traditional. Our goal is to take familiar combinations and portray them in a new light that is original and inspired, yet approachable, in both aesthetic and price.”
And that all sounds nice and everything, but the important thing? How the menu came together. So I guess it’s a good thing that we’ve got a snap of High Street’s first-ever dinner menu. Check it out after the jump.
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