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Dining underground at an Outlaw Dinner

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Though we don't necessarily love fatty fowl liver and absinthe, the idea of chef Robert Gadsby's Outlaw Dinner is appealing simply because of controversy. We love controversy.

On July 27th, Chef Gadsby will present a seven-course dinner at his downtown LA restaurant Noe in the Omni Hotel featuring foods that are a little bit, well, taboo. The menu is inspired by recent attacks on delicacies like fois gras, morel mushrooms, absinthe, hemp seeds, and the technique of sous vide. Heck, we just like saying "sooo veeeed."

Reservations are highly recommended for The Outlaw Dinner, which isn't cheap at $95 per person, but crime don't come cheap.

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Noe Restaurant
in the Omni Hotel
251 S Olive Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 356-4100
www.noerestaurant.com