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Blank Space: Crudo Launches Mystery Menu Dinner Series Featuring Top Valley Chefs

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Whether or not you'll be into Crudo's new dinner series boils down to one simple question: How much do you trust your favorite local chef?

If the answer is "completely," then you'll have no problem trusting chefs such as Kevin Binkley and Chris Curtiss to create a no-holds-barred menu you'll be sure to enjoy. That leap of faith is the driving idea behind Crudo's new dinner series, Blank Space.

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The series, which starts on October 6 and will be held every first Monday of the month, will feature some of the city's best chefs. They'll each be invited to take over the Crudo kitchen to create a dinner menu with no rules or parameters to follow.

Guests will only receive a time, date and the name of the celebrity guest chef.

Here's the Blank Space dinner series chef lineup so far:

  • Jeff Kraus (Crepe Bar) Oct. 6, 2014
  • Bernie Kantak (The Gladly/Citizen Public House) Nov. 3, 2014
  • Chris Curtiss (Bourbon Steak) Dec. 1, 2014
  • Kelly Fletcher (The Revival) Jan. 5, 2015
  • Special out of town guest Feb. 2, 2015
  • Paul McCabe (T Cook's) Mar. 2, 2015
  • Josh Hebert (POSH Restaurant) April 6, 2015
  • Gio Osso (Virtu) May 4, 2015
  • Kevin Binkley (Binkley's/Café Bink/Bink's Midtown) June 1, 2015

Each dinner will cost $75 per person, which includes cocktail/wine pairings. For a reservation call 602-358-8666. Payment required in advance.

Editor's note: This post has been updated from its original version.

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