A handful of foodies-in-the-know gathered at the former food court in New York City's shuttered South Street Seaport mall, paying $315 for a sumptuous seven-course meal cooked by Gramercy Tavern alum Mario Rodriguez and served on disposable dinnerware. The meal was part of Dinner Lab, an experiment launched in New Orleans last year as a members-only roving dining club featuring meals from up-and-coming chefs. The concept has also expanded to Nashville, Los Angeles and Austin, Texas.

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