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Supper Liberation Front: Underground Dining Without Pretense

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The duo of chefs behind the underground Supper Liberation Front describe themselves online as "former fine dining chefs who love fancy kitchen tools but hate fancy airs."

To share their love of food and gatherings with good cheer, the pair set up $35 four-course reservation-only dinners at secret locations in the city that aim to feed and delight, without the stuffiness or price tag of formal dining.

We checked out a recent dinner showcasing the SLF's take on the Flavors of India. At the secret location (nope, we won't divulge!) we uncorked our bottle of BYO wine and sat back and relaxed, and enjoyed a leisurely-paced dinner with surprising elegance and bold flavors.