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Next Open Chefame event scheduled, discount for TP readers!

This is why you read Technically Philly. Just weeks after the first, wildly successful Open Chefame event, another one is being thrown down, and we have an exclusive discount code for Technically Philly readers. Open Chefame (pronounced �Chef-A-Me�) does to food what karaoke does to music. The event takes an amateur chef, and gives them […]


This is why you read Technically Philly.
Just weeks after the first, wildly successful Open Chefame event, another one is being thrown down, and we have an exclusive discount code for Technically Philly readers.
Open Chefame (pronounced �Chef-A-Me�) does to food what karaoke does to music. The event takes an amateur chef, and gives them the kitchen of a local restaurant for a night to cook whatever they wish. The amateur chef serves a meal to attendees who are free to comment, praise, critique and heckle the work of the amateur.
The next event, scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 18 at the Dark Horse Pub in Society Hill, is primed to be smashing; last month’s night was sold-out. Tickets are $35, well worth the meal and the gleeful entertainment, but as a valued (and we hope obsessive) TP reader, you’re eligible for a deal.
Get the $5 discount code below! (Reading a TP story has never been so profitable)

Indy Hall co-founder Bart Mroz, Srcasm�s Jesse Middleton, musician Louis Brice and corporate finance worker Evan Kaplowitz are behind this crazy event, so blame them. We’re just the messenger.
On March 30, Mroz cooked up Polish delicacies with sous chef Magda Kozak. On May 18, CityPaper food writer Felicia D’Ambrosio and Chef Alyssa Shilliday will try to best them.
Here’s your chance to peep it, cheaper than the fools who don’t read TP.
Go to Open Chefame’s newly relaunched Web site, and buy the tickets — which must be bought ahead of time — using the TP2009 code for a $5 discount off $35 tickets, that’s nearly 14.28572 percent off!
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