0025 From Good Stock

Art Direct / Build / Curate / Produce

Conceived by LSD director of operations Elana Green, ‘From Good Stock’ is a seasonal supper club series that offers talented chefs the opportunity to create unique menus based on personal passions and seasonal whims, coupled with our penchant for art, design and music. We offer chefs the opportunity to present menus and menu items that may or would not work in traditional restaurant environment, or for chefs to experiment with ingredients or pairings that fall outside the realm of their day-to-day experiences.



These are casual, intimate evenings, where participants dine with equally curious guests. Each event takes place at the Land and Sea Dept. studio, a warehouse environment uniquely staged per outing using an evolving series of artworks, design elements, layouts, lighting and music.

So far, we have done dinners inspired by campfires and fall harvests, have built four-foot wooden smorgasbord platters, roasted a lamb, wood roasted steak, worked with a dessert using snow (in August) and then have done so (so!) many beverage pairings. Oh, and we’ve even tried to recreate and replicate Wisconsin!



Past participants have included chefs Shay Linkus (Vanguard), Alexandra Manley (Josephine House), Jonathan Meyer (Broken Shaker), Hunter Moore (Parson’s Chicken & Fish), Joe Muench (Maxie’s), and Katrina Zito (St. Anselm) (and more!), and we have collaborated with artists and designers like Leah Ball, Biting Louse, Foxglove Studio, Marius Glauer, and others. Our latest 2016 season brought Chef Andy Ricker of the Pok Pok empire for a rollicking Tai Yai / Shan meal from the North of Thailand (and jelly beer!), Chef Ryan Poli of Nashville’s Catbird Seat on a Roman-style pasta feast, and Brooklyn’s Andrew Tarlow (Diner, Marlow & Sons, Reynard, etc).


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photos: Clayton Hauck and Evan Sheenan