Living Breathing Kitchen to Host Circus-Themed Dinner and Show at Newport's Thompson House

This month, LBK will host an entertaining pop-up featuring a six-course meal, acrobats and live music

click to enlarge The dinner will be circus-themed to accompany the entertainment - PHOTO: MARK WILLIAMS ON UNSPLASH
Photo: Mark Williams on Unsplash
The dinner will be circus-themed to accompany the entertainment

An evening of entertainment and elaborate eats will take over Newport's Thompson House this month, as Chef Robert Castaneda of Cincinnati-based pop-up Living Breathing Kitchen hosts a multi-course circus-themed dinner and show. 

The Circus Maximus Supper Club is a three-hour event that features seven courses, live music and a mini circus performance that includes acrobats and clowns.

Castaneda's dinner is inspired by the circus theme and includes braised goat, duck in a pink mole sauce, teriyaki chicken and a dessert of coyotas de guava. Drinks are available a la carte at the venue's full bar. 

The event takes place Sunday, March 28, at the Thompson House in Newport, located at 24 3rd Street.

Doors open at 5 p.m. and the performance runs from 6-9 p.m. Combo tickets for dinner and the show cost $75, but general admission tickets for just the performance are $30. Tickets are limited, with 50 dinner tickets and 20 general admission tickets available. 

Purchase tickets via Eventbrite or on Venmo through the handle @Livingbreathing-kitchen. Confirm your ticket purchase and reservation by text at 213-884-7201 or by email at [email protected].

The Living Breathing Kitchen, which started in Los Angeles and has since moved to the Greater Cincinnati area, is known for its pop-up dining events that “celebrate the beauty of impermanence and experimental vision through nourishing community experiences,” a press release from LBK reads. 

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