Experience Unique Dining at These Local Pop-Up Dinner Events

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Craving an intimate, one-of-a-kind dining experience? Try these exclusive pop-up dinner events while you still can.


LIVING BREATHING KITCHEN

This month, Chef Robert Castañeda’s traveling pop-up serves culturally diverse courses at the Samuel Adams taproom in OTR, Fridays from 4 to 9 p.m., before he opens his late-night $10 Moroccan taco bar at Chako Bakery in Covington.

$45 per person, (213) 884-7201, facebook.com/lbkexperience/


CARRIAGE HOUSE FARM

This 300-acre urban farm welcomes 16 guests to dine al fresco (and BYOB) from May to early November during its weekend On-Farm Dinner Series, during which local chefs prepare multicourse or family-style meals in front of patrons’ eyes.

Price varies, 10251 Miami-view Rd., North Bend, (513) 967- 1106, carriagehousefarmllc.com


THE WHEEL

Twenty guests, one long harvest table, and five from-scratch rustic Italian courses. Chef and owner Chrissy Antenucci hosts two to four invitation-only pop-up dinners (it’s BYO wine) every month. Contact the restaurant to join the invitation e-mail list.

$55 per person, 3805 Brotherton Rd., Oakley, (513) 271-0291, thewheeloakley.com

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