16 Tiny Chef's Tables Worth the Lack of Elbow Room
COOK, Chef Ben Puchowitz
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16 Tiny Chef's Tables Worth the Lack of Elbow Room

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© Yoni Nimrod for COOK

A whole new breed of chef's table has arrived. The scene now flowers with avant-garde cocktails, front-row seats at super-casual seafood meccas, and stellar sushi tastings.

COOK in Philadelphia

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When a standard dinner reservation won’t do, book a table at COOK, a restaurant-classroom where book signings, knife skills, canning classes, and restaurant previews are the norm. The brainchild of chef Audrey Claire, Philadelphia Magazine, and Foobooz, this intimate (there’s only 16 seats) concept brings in top culinary talent from around the city, allowing diners to learn from the chefs, watch them in action, and nosh on the results. The average dinner is five courses and runs $170 a person.

COOK, Chef Ben Puchowitz

16 Tiny Chef's Tables Worth the Lack of Elbow Room

COOK in Philadelphia

When a standard dinner reservation won’t do, book a table at COOK, a restaurant-classroom where book signings, knife skills, canning classes, and restaurant previews are the norm. The brainchild of chef Audrey Claire, Philadelphia Magazine, and Foobooz, this intimate (there’s only 16 seats) concept brings in top culinary talent from around the city, allowing diners to learn from the chefs, watch them in action, and nosh on the results. The average dinner is five courses and runs $170 a person.

© Yoni Nimrod for COOK
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