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Blind Pig Supper Club, Asheville, North Carolina
The Blind Pig of Asheville specializes in grand, often themed events, like a traditional Japanese dinner in a 138-year-old Appalachian dairy barn in the dead of winter or an ode to Ernest Hemingway involving mofongo rabbit and suckling pig cooked over a spit and open coals in an antiques warehouse. A portion of the profits from each dinner goes toward a local charity.
What’s Cooking: Bone marrow with escargot and lemon; pork belly with Nutella and a salted graham cracker; moonshine cake with blood orange.
How to Get a Seat: Visit the website for information on upcoming dinners and to purchase tickets. $50–$150; blindpigofasheville.com.