New Organic Monthly Supper Club in Wheeling




Purple Sprout Café and Juice Bar is offering a new, plant-based, organic and conscious Supper Club series that will gather once a month for a private community dining event, each time with a different theme. The theme for the 6:30 p.m. March 26 dinner is, I’m Irish—You Know What To Do, featuring vegan and raw vegan tapas-style courses representing a variety of delicious traditional Irish specialty dishes.

         The dishes are guided by a fusion of macrobiotic, ayurvedic and raw food principles, exploring and mastering the bounty of produce and grain that is available within our reach.

         As an additional treat, instructors Karim and Irina Raimbekov will share some Celtic self-healing techniques with diners.

Cost is $40. Location: 341 E. Dundee Rd., Wheeling. For tickets, call 224-223-7133. For more information, visit PurpleSprout.com. See ad on page 37.

 

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