Washington, DC (March 8, 2011) – Executive Chef/Founder Bryon Brown of Artisa Kitchen announces the opening of an unprecedented culinary production; Sensorium. Beginning April 12, 2011, sensory enthusiasts can head to the Capitol River Waterfront, for a 12-course meal complete with wine pairings. Each delicious course will be complemented with an intertwined vignette.
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This culinary production will be housed for six weeks (April 12-May 22nd) in a customized 36-foot geodesic dome on the east lawn of Yards Park just a few blocks from the National’s Park stadium. Bryon Brown is bringing together some of the District’s most creative minds consisting of artists, producers, lighting and sound designers to create a culinary series for spring 2011.
Taking place weekly, Tuesday-Sunday evenings, Sensorium will offer two seating times: 5:30 PM and 8:30 PM Sunday-Thursday; 6:30 PM and 9:30 PM on Friday and Saturday nights. Each show is designed for only 30 guests per seating.
“People are eager for new experiences around a meal,” says Brown. “I know this firsthand after hosting over 700 supper club members through Artisa Kitchen, which I founded in January 2010. The supper club gatherers have repeatedly expressed how much they enjoy the intimacy and shared experiences at these successful gallery dinners. Taking this all into consideration, we want to bring a totally new, more exciting and engaging culinary production to these diners.”
As an emerging sensation in DC’s hospitality scene, Chef Brown’s Artisa Kitchen has enhanced the dining landscape in Washington inviting guests to dine within intriguing art exhibits. Now the lure of this new waterfront location at Yards Park will excite both residents and springtime visitors to the nation’s capital. Sensorium is conveniently located within walking distance from the Navy Yard Metro and parking is available for guests.
For more information and to purchase tickets, go to www.sensoriumdc.com