Food & Drink

Breaking Bread and Boundaries Dinners

As a comparatively cheap homage to last month's Grant Achatz/Thomas Keller $1,500-a-head, 21-course Alinea dinner, Brooklyn-based underground foodies A Razor, A Shiny Knife are setting up in a Loop high-rise and recreating the same menu (w/ wine pairings) for just $300, including the likes of acorn-fed Iberico ham, "Hot Potato, Cold Potato", and a raviolo dubbed "Black Truffle Explosion" -- named for that movie where Richard Roundtree plays a chef, and seriously f*cks sh*t up.