It was that time again. My sister flew to Palm Springs for my birthday which was on the 19th. We had the pleasure of meeting a very talented entertainer at a local nightspot who told us about this secret supper club. Of course we were intrigued.
The idea being slightly ‘”diner en blanc like” but only in the fashion that it’s in a location that you only find out about hours before you go. Although they told us the location was close enough to where we were staying. All we knew was the price, which included a gourmet four-course dinner and that there would be fabulous entertainment, and a theme. And that it would be special. And maybe somewhat campy, but definitely one-off.
A secret location behind a secret door which was RED. We went to Rouge.
PS UNDERGROUND IS A SECRET MEMBER’S ONLY SUPPER CLUB!!!
It’s for Foodies. Cocktail menu was great too. Sometimes they venture out to warehouses, galleries, shuttered restaurants, private estates or just about anywhere they can set up tables. It’s part of the mystique. Each underground event is unique unto itself. The menu for each event is as much of a surprise as the location. It is always evolving and changing based on the season and products available. One thing for sure – it is top-notch!
It was an exceptionally fun evening.
Wanted to share a few pics – but we had to keep a few of them private. Although we had to tell you about
“I’d never join a club that would allow a person like me to become a member.” – Woody Allen.
This seems like a pretty cool club though...if only they’d accept me!
Caramel Curves is an all-female motorcycle club that rules the streets of New Orleans. They’re local celebrities who use their fame for fundraising and community building projects.
With their matching outfits, sky-high stilettos, and dazzling motorbikes that emit puffs of pink smoke, Caramel Curves is a photographer’s dream.
Founded in 2005, the all-female motorcycle club meets every Sunday to cruise through the streets of New Orleans and share in the sisterhood of partaking in what is often a male-dominated arena. Photographer Akasha Rabut spent three years riding with them and documenting these divas in action. She beat me to it! There are 28 of them. Can we make it 29??
Wanna know how to make these exotic fruit tartlets using dragon fruit, guava, and everything in between?
I found this on goop.com. To kick off summer, they developed three easy, refreshing, and slightlyhealthy recipes—one with a classic custard base, one made from coconut milk, and one dairy-free chocolate sorbet that tastes a lot like frozen brownie mix. And if you don’t have an ice cream maker, these recipes all happen to make excellent popsicles, too…