Chefs Sacco and Vanzetti, who "love fancy kitchen tools but hate fancy airs" didn't disclose the dinner location until we were signed up with our reservation confirmed. Reservations are made online, with the name of the person who referred you required. As long as you know one of the chefs, or someone who has dined with them before, you won't have a problem getting a table. Since this food revolution has been running since 2010, it shouldn't be mission impossible to find someone on the inside to hook you up.
We carefully followed instructions and brought our own wine to the Santa Monica location. We chose a late seating and arrived ready to feast on 8 glorious courses.
Supper Liberation had come to an end and we greatly enjoyed the gourmet meal with it's delicate, Japanese influences. Each dish was diverse and vibrant and contributed something completely unique to the entirety of our dining experience. The use of seasonal fruit, nuts and vegetables emphasized the creativity and freshness of the menu and still each dish remained cohesive as part of an overall Japanese inspired dinner theme. Bravo Supper Liberation, on a delicious dinner creation!