In this episode, chef and entrepreneur Josh Potocki begins with describing his personal journey, before we start waxing nostalgic about the golden age of decadence. Well, for us anyway. It was our scene, different from now – not that there is anything wrong with the current state of affairs. I think it’s part of getting old when terms like “Pop-Up” can’t help but solicit a huge eye roll. Also if you can take away anything from this episode, it’s that your event will inevitably be a lot less cool once you lose control of the guest list. Plus the world started going downhill once “Everyone” was now considered a “Winner.” Lastly, we kill some deer. For a good cause.
We celebrate our two new sponsors – The Dunstan Tap & Table as well as Legent Bourbon. You can find the recipe for the drink we discuss here.
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One thought on “S2 E16: Beginnings, The Art of the Theme Party, and Enough of “Pop-Ups” with Josh Potocki”
cool Misty! Love the decals
OMG! Where on earth is this place? Do they sell ‘by the weight’ throughout the year?