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Pop-up Restaurant Takes Over National Museum

November 12, 2011 @ 6:00 pm - 12:00 am


The art of food will soon be on display as a Chicago underground supper club makes its tasty public debut. While Yo Soy Supper Club hosts mostly secret dinners, it will share its Mexican-Chinese fused fare with a larger foodie community in collaboration with the National Museum of Mexican Art. Yo Soy’s pop-up restaurant is the ‘culinary art + music’ focus of the Museum’s 2011 Del Corazon Festival, an annual performing arts fest.

Over the course of the years, Yo Soy founders Mikey Corona and Brian Riggenbach have been satisfying their gastronomic curiosities while also building recipes that showcase their passions of food and hosting. The evening will end with a musical showcase, keeping true to a typical Yo Soy dinner party. Come and enjoy a unique dining experience and learn about underground supper clubs in Chicago ala Yo Soy.

Admission is $60 and includes a four-course meal, access to the Dia de Muertos exhibit and three live music showcases with performances by cee-cee Larouge, Luna Blues Machine and Monica Del Castillo. *Please note Yo Soy dinner parties are BYOB.


November 12, 2011
6:00 pm - 12:00 am
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National Museum of Mexican Art
1852 West 19th Street
Chicago, IL United States

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