- Jul. 10, 2014 - NEW YORK --
There’s a new kid in town and it’s looking to shake up the New York dining scene with the introduction of Project Sāra, a pop-up dining series whose first event is scheduled for July 20th in Tribeca.
The event puts an emphasis on the dining “experience.”
The hosts refer to Project Sara as an “anti-restaurant”
where chefs are allowed to “express their ideas with unbound creativity.”
The menu at the first pop-up dinner embraces the farm-to-table concept while introducing unusual cuisine that features Mangosteen, Coconut to Corn, Cheese Curds, Garden Vegetables, and Rose Petals. Seating is arranged in deuces to enhance the experience and servers will provide personal care similar to that of an upscale restaurant.
Jeremy Baras, president of PopUp Republic, an online directory that features upcoming pop-ups, said that Project Sāra “is truly one-of-a-kind. It reminds me of the creative underground pop-up dinners that one encounters in London, where chefs and diners favor a more unconventional dining experience.”
To view the Project Sara pop-up profile on PopUp Republic, visit http://www.popuprepublic.com/greater-new-york-city-pop-up...
The initial Project Sāra pop-up dinner is scheduled to take place at Tribeca Hearth, 205 Hudson Street, on the evening of July 20th. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://projectsarany.com.