Underground Restaurants Take Culinary Education to the Extreme

(From the archives, first published in 2006.)

The world has become fascinated with today’s celebrity chefs who boast top culinary educations and own mega-popular restaurants. Two quieter culinary trends, however, are focusing on just the opposite. A growing number of “underground restaurants” and “wandering supperclubs,” held anywhere from crowded living rooms or two-car garages, to public spaces like bars and art galleries, are popping up in urban centers across America. These fringe eateries allow budding chefs and would-be restaurateurs to gain notoriety and to jumpstart their culinary careers.

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