What if you were among the first civilian settlers of Mars?
What if you could create new rituals, food culture, and community?
A SPECULATIVE DINNER
MARCH 20, 2019
7pm @FUTURE STUDIOS, DTLA
Collective Future—in collaboration with Henry Fisher and Anna Rose Hopkins of Hank and Bean, Vera Mulyani of Mars City Design, and Kerenza Harris of SCIArc—invites you to participate in a speculative dinner workshop where these questions and others will be explored among friends and strangers.
Human habitants could arrive on Mars as early as 2030. The dinner is an opportunity to experience that most basic and necessary human ritual—a shared meal—in a radically new way, addressing the provocative challenge of how we explore Mars, not just as a scientific expedition, but as a second home for humans.
POSTER ART BELOW BY CHRISTIAN SARIOLE
Come make merry with us, whatever your religion or tradition!!
This event features rolling admission. **You may arrive any time between 6-8:45 pm for your seven course meal.**
Please plan for at least two hours onsite with us to enjoy the menu from start to finish.
Seating is first come first serve, but your ticket guarantees your menu and a full, fabulous tasting experience.
Beverage pairings are not available for pre-sale but will be for sale onsite. Additionally, ERBPH's full a la carte beverage menu will be available, include Eagle Rock Brewery's own small batch brews.
If you are planning to enjoy libation (and we hope you are!) please do have a valid id and be prepared to imbibe responsibly.
Street parking is ample, but please do be mindful of posted signs.
More about the fabulous Eagle Rock Brewery Public House:
Family owned and operated by founding members Jerry Su, his sister Ting Su, and her husband, Jeremy Raub, ERBPH is dedicated to craft and independence. They support local farms, businesses, and all things that are done with integrity and a sense of responsibility. Their brewery has garnered many medals and awards from prestigious competitions, including The Great American Beer Festival.
Come meet Ting Su, who in addition to producing great brew also serves as an official judge in the Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP), is a Pink Boots Society member and hosts a successful monthly Women’s Beer Forum at the brewery! Come meet Jerry Su, Momofuku and Bouchon alum whose culinary artistry has been drawing crowds to ERBPH since 2014! Come meet Jeremy Raub who helms the production of their brews and helped establish the Eagle Rock Brewery as a leader in the craft brewing industry while contributing to a community of better beer and business for the people in Los Angeles! And come hang with Chefs Henry Fischer and Anna Rose of Hank and Bean who couldn't be more thrilled to host you :))
*IMG: Fellini Satyricon 1969 Federico Fellini Magali Noël*
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We helped raise nearly $1M for Planned Parenthood in one magical evening!!!
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Our Dinner Series returnED this OCT 2018: Ten rolling courses, natural wine pairings, house fermented beverage cocktails, uncommon and bio-diverse ingredients from our SoCal region. This dinner featured 90% flora, regional fauna will serve to enhance, from Angeles Crest Creamery dairy to Tehachapi Grain Project’s heirloom grains to Don Bugito’s sustainable cricket and mealworm protein-packed flours. A portion of all proceeds have been donated to GrowGood, whose post-industrial urban farm serves as a training ground and therapeutic space for the Los Angeles Homeless Veteran Community adjacent to the Bell Shelter.
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We're opening up a space for you to air out your discontent - including your feelings about the ethics of even having a Thanksgiving holiday in the first place - before joining family and inlaws later in the week (and perhaps displaying more conversational restraint :)) !
We're keeping the price point at $35 for food and $20 for ale, so as not to break the bank while still allowing Hank and Bean to purchase ingredients directly from local farmers and organic food purveyors like Weiser Family Farm, the Tehachapi Grain Project, La Gloria Mexican Foods (organic masa), Jimenez Family Farm, etc...
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L.A. Born Bread.
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Hebel & Co.
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