New friends and old friends coming together; monthly pop-up dinners with new chefs; theme and design perspectives; supporting American craftsmanship; and enjoying a family style sunday supper. Those are the defining features of Filigree Suppers. Started by Brita Olsen and Elise Metzger, Filigree Suppers hosts monthly dinners that alternae between Chicago, New York City and elsewhere. BreakThruTV’s Johanna Botta spoke with the pair and experienced one of their suppers firsthand.
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