Erotic supper clubs?

2013-06-21 09:17
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Everybody’s heard of supper clubs. Some of us even belong to one.

You know, when a group of friends pool money, designate a host who then is allowed to let loose with the money to surprise with a themed evening of fun and food.

At the up-market, commercial end of the scale there are those events where you pay to attend an exclusive evening that promises to be a mind-blowing culinary experience.

It’s a dress-up affair and the menu simply has you salivating.

This is all good and well – until one particular Supper Club in San Francisco decides to add an erotic ingredient into the mix.

While Our Gourmet Life, sounds innocent enough and smacks of the up-market event we mentioned before, it's only until you delve a little deeper, that the spiciness of the evening is revealed.

Described as a dinner event “with sexy people and people who would like to also be sexy”. Right.

The website invites you "try a new realm of sensuality and class at this enigmatic gourmet affair", where "hauntingly beautiful staff weave elements of eroticism throughout your dining experience.

From the sensual way they serve dinner, adorned in mini-aprons and sexy heels, to the way they play with each other across from you...expect to be tantalized".

I’m too sexy for my apron




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Details for the evening include chefs serving an 8 to 10 course meal with price tags ranging from $100 to $R160 (about R 1019 – R1 630 at R10.19/$), said to be in the four-star restaurant price range.

Held at a SoMa loft, one volunteer waitress’ experience at the Supper Club, that’s right they don’t get paid (!?), explained pretending to be a scantily clad statue was just one of the unusual tasks required.

Although Patrons, described as niche clientele "with discretionary income who are playful” do have to keep their hands to themselves, unless instructed otherwise by the host or the waitresses. Of course.

But how do the rest of the volunteers feel about it? Apparently “being a human dessert plate is a surprising adrenaline rush”. Read the full My Wild Nights Waitressing piece on NYMag.

What do you think, could something like this work? Share your comments below

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