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Pop Up Dinner at Pharmacy; A Supper Club for What Ails You

Written By Scott Joseph On February 15, 2018

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It’s been a long time since we’ve gotten together and I think we’re all suffering from Supper Club deficiency. So here’s what I’m prescribing: a Scott Joseph Pop Up Dinner at Pharmacy.

We thought we’d lost Pharmacy just a few months ago, and indeed it closed for a few days. But it’s back with original chef Loren Falsone (named to Food & Wine’s 2000 Top Ten Chefs list) and head pharmacist, um, beverage director Dominick Tardugno. They’re eager to show everyone the new old place.

So let’s have a pop up event to celebrate. We’ll gather on Saturday, March 17, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. for a Discovery Dinner that Falsone will assemble from the produce and products of local farms. Tardugno will have a pairing for each course, as well as a special cocktail to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day.

If you remember the dining experience of The Table, the former sister restaurant to Pharmacy that featured one dinner nightly with the guests sitting at one table, it will be something like that. In fact, we’ll be seated around The Table’s table. And also like the experience of The Table, the menu won’t be revealed until you arrive — that’s the pop up part.

Tickets are $115 all in (no insurance co-pay) and can be purchased at this link. It’s a large table, but seating is limited, so don’t delay.

Pharmacy is at 8060 Via Dellagio Way, Orlando.

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