Just got the skinny from chef Joshua Hebert that Posh is rolling out a special $35, four-course prix fixe dinner that will be available all summer long, from 5 to 6 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.
If you're not familiar with Posh, go back and read my review from February. The restaurant's novel concept is "improvisational cuisine," with multi-course dinners that Hebert custom tailors to each customer's wishes. You get a "checklist" of likes and dislikes to fill out, and then the kitchen runs with it.
Nothing stays the same at this ephemeral, seasonal spot, but lately Hebert says he's been dishing up figs, wild mushrooms, peas, local stonefruit, kangaroo, softshells, alligator, veal cheeks, sustainable Chilean sea bass, popcorn soup, potato chip pasta, and more.
Popcorn soup? Potato chip pasta?
Consider me very curious . . .
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