On Tuesday, March 9th, Communal Restaurant will host its inaugural Dinner Club, bringing an idea to downtown Provo that will celebrate both art and food with a fixed four-course menu of Communal’s critically acclaimed food and an exhibit by renowned Utah artist Brian Kershiznik. Dinner Club will be a monthly tradition at Communal.
March’s Dinner Club is priced at $42 per person, with wine pairing available for an additional $18. There will be seatings at 6:00 and 8:00 pm. Reservations can be made by calling 801-373-8000.
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