A note from the founder.
For Food’s Sake is a twist on dining from the old Southern tradition of secret supper clubs to the Cuban family-run “paladares” where guest must be invited to join.  Each event is about spending the evening eating exceptionally well in an ever changing secret location with friends new and old, and raising awareness about  farmers, chefs, artists and charities.     Relentlessly, we seek the most unique venues-an event unlike any other-to see and enjoy a not to be repeated dinner in places such as art galleries, homes, rooftops, farms, gardens and even graveyards.  We are an experiment in collaborative cooking finding established and emerging chefs to partner with farmers and their seasonal, regional ingredients to create a unique culinary experience.  It’s about trusting the chef, being adventurous and stepping outside the comfort zone . The address for each event is sent out a few days before the event and the menu is disclosed when guests arrive. Reservations are on a first come, first serve basis as seats are limited. Friends, new and old, rub shoulders over dinner with chefs and are offered a glimpse into the life of a farmer.

Our goal is to offer an alternative dining experience where guest receive a glimpse into the life of a farmer while enjoying their food prepared by host chef. Each event hopes to build awareness on making conscious decisions about the food we eat while getting back in touch with the local farmers.  For Food’s Sake servers are graduates of the charity 180′ KITCHEN which offers both life saving resources and life building tools to individuals and families  in Atlanta who are living on the margin.