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Garces' progressive dinner: On the menu

Forty-two hungry people will take in his restaurant empire by bus. And here's what they'll eat.

Garces' progressive dinner: On the menu

Chef Jose Garces got 42 people to put down $200 a head for a progressive dinner tomorrow (11/11) that will include Distrito, followed by Tinto (with a cocktail served from the adjacent Village Whiskey), then to Chifa and ending at Amada.

It sold out in no time flat, and there are 50 people on the waiting list.

Not to make you feel bad if you're not going, but here's the menu.

On the plus side, Garces plans to reprise this in March. Details to come.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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