Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Woblet Supper Club at Ink & Elm

It's hard to keep up with all the apps these days, right? I have a zillion on my phone but pretty much just use feedly, facebook, pinterest and gmail on a daily basis. But I'm a sucker for a good deal, so Woblet might just tempt me to open my food folder a little more often. Here's the deal, at participating restaurants, you pull up the app, show it to your server, "spin the wheel," and get a discount of 5-15%. You can use it spots such as Tap, BurgerFi, Tin Lizzy's and Ink & Elm.

Get it here for iPhones and here for Android.

Woblet dinner at Ink & Elm
Savory Profiteroles - rosemary and chive with sweet potato butter 

If you're more of an analog type, you can still get in on the woblet action. First they have a card option in lieu of the app, and now they are starting a supper club that let's you get up close and personal with a local restaurant.

Woblet dinner at Ink & Elm
Spring vegetable and ricotta

First up is Ink & Elm. I was lucky enough to sample their first dinner. You can do the same on the following dates: Wednesday, June 18th at 7:30pm, Wednesday, July 16th at 7:30pm, and Tuesday, August 12th at 7:30pm.

Woblet Dinner at Ink & Elm
Florida Black Grouper with beets, fennel fumet, sugar snap peas, orange segments and pea shoots

Dinner includes four different appetizers, two entrees, and a variety desserts served at a communal table for $60 (excludes tax and gratuity). You can get your tickets here.

Woblet dinner at Ink & Elm
Culotte Steak with Eggplant Frite
Ink & Elm is walking distance from my soon to be Decatur/Druid Hills 'hood, so I was happy to go check it out again. Woblet dinners will showcase whatever dishes the restaurant is excited about. Ink & Elm's Stephen Sharp takes regional sourcing and high quality ingredients seriously, so the dishes we tried emphasized the seasonal and were unfussy preparations intended to let the ingredients shine. If you attend, dishes will likely vary since Sharp is inspired by whatever is fresh and fab that day.

Ink & Elm dessert

And in case you were thinking the chef's name sounds familiar...why, yes, he was the Adventurous Tastes Atlanta's Hottest Chef 2009

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