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December 3rd, 2007

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Dai Due (pronounced DIE DOO-AY) combines the communal aspects of European-style eating with an effort to connect Austinites with local farmers and homegrown ingredients.

With a quick bite to eat around every corner, it's not often we take the time to have a sit-down square meal. The husband and wife duo who created the supper club known as Dai Due have found a fun way to remind us of the importance of a healthy dinner... ring their own dinner bell.

Dai Due (pronounced DIE DOO-AY) combines the communal aspects of European-style eating with an effort to connect Austinites with local farmers and homegrown ingredients.

Their 3 - 6 course dinners are prepared with only locally-produced herbs, veggies and meat purchased from Farmers' Markets or local farms. In addition to the various courses served for up to 25 guests, your experience will include a complimentary aperitif, live music and refreshments of coffee, water and herbal tea. The cost of the monthly dinner party hovers around $45 - $65. The hosts encourage toasts, so BYOB.

Pull up a chair and show our locals some love.

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