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Russell Jackson Pops Up at Atelier Crenn

Eat a "What Virgin America Should Serve" tasting menu at a Michelin two-starred restaurant
June 9, 2014
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by Virginia Miller

Russell Jackson (formerly of Lafitte) is the creative, edgy mind behind SubCulture Dining, an ongoing underground pop-up dinner series held in San Francisco and New York. On Ryan Scott's KGO radio show this past Saturday, Jackson revealed that the secret two Michelin-starred location for his next dinner will be Atelier Crenn. Cheekily entitled "What Virgin America Should Serve," the dinner is this Sunday, June 15. Jackson gave us a teaser of ingredients that may show up on the menu: think pork fat, octopus, kimchi, morels, English beef, duck-related goodness (we'll let you figure that part out) and treats from his return this week from New York, like Kossar's bialys. Needless to say, this is going to be a one-of-a-kind dinner. There will be 3 seatings: at 6 PM, 7 PM and 8 PM at $175 per person for the tasting menu. Find more details and tickets here.

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