Dai Due introduces annual Rootshare program

Dai Due, Butcher Shop and Supper Club, owned by Chef Jesse Griffiths, opened at their new location at 2406 Manor Rd. RALPH BARRERA/ AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Dai Due, Butcher Shop and Supper Club, owned by Chef Jesse Griffiths, opened at their new location at 2406 Manor Rd.
RALPH BARRERA/ AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Dai Due just celebrated its first year as a restaurant with a nod from Bon Appetit magazine as one of the Top 10 Best New Restaurants in the United States. With a year under its belt, the butcher shop-restaurant hybrid that got its start as a supper club in 2006 is introducing a Rootshare Program. For an annual membership of $2,000, members will received a $2,500 gift card redeemable at the Butcher Shop, dining room, special wine or beer dinner events, private dinners or for any of Dai Due’s New School of Traditional Cookery programs or private classes. Members will also get early notice of events and invitations to members-only events. Dai Due is only selling 25 of these annual memberships that run from September 9, 2015 to September 8, 2016. Contact Dai Due at 512-524-0688 for more information.

Read my review of Dai Due on MyStatesman.com.


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