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      Sous Rising Guestaurant- A Sous Rising dinner is a fun, interactive, gastronomic experience. It is the chefs interpretation of new American cuisine, drawing largely on techniques learned at Alinea. Like any new venture with humble beginnings; he is starting small. The first few dinners will be hosted in the chefs home and can accommodate between 8-10 guests per evening. Guests eat at communal table and can interact with the chef during service.

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