Anthony Sinsay is home. A San Diego native, he decamped to Los Angeles last fall to open Herringbone for Brian Malarkey; prior to his LA move, the chef shifted from Malarkey's Burlap (now Searsucker) to the just-shuttered La Villa in Little Italy.
After leaving Herringbone earlier this year, Sinsay is now back to cook for San Diego; on Thursday, January 29, he'll help to officially unveil The Dinner Club, a new dining concept taking up residence in AD Nightclub, which opened in the Gaslamp this past summer.
Instead of setting up permanent restaurant in the space, the club's partners have decided to bring on a rotating cast of chefs to cook up all-inclusive themed dinners at the venue. Sinsay's menu for January 29 is entitled '1980s New York', a culinary time capsule of the city with a course representing each of New York's five boroughs.
Going forward, The Dinner Club will reoccur up to twice a month on Thursdays from 6 to 10 p.m.; scheduled for February 12 is a Mardi Gras-themed dinner with chefs Marc Thierren and Simon Dolinky from Omni La Costa Resort. The concept's partners say they're also looking at bringing in chefs from Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
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