Per Se, Thomas Keller’s three Michelin star California-French restaurant in New York is offering a massive discount on food for one special evening this March; the only catch is you have to be under 30.
With 30 tables set aside, diners will be served a seven-course tasting menu for $175, with an optional $50 wine pairing, for one evening only, on, yes you guessed it, 30 March. A nine-course dinner at Per Se usually costs $325 without drinks.
It’s the second time the restaurant has staged a 30-for-30 Dining Experience, following a similar event in December. It aims to “continue to usher in a new generation of fine diners,” with Thomas Keller revealing he got the idea from the three Michelin star Auberge de l'Ill in France, according to Eater.
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