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Better Act Fast: Tickets for July's Traveling Plate Supper Club Go On Sale Tonight

If history -- or at least recent events -- are any indication, tickets for the Traveling Plate Supper Club tend to disappear faster than you can say "pork-belly-laced menu."

Seats for past several events sold out in quick form with local food fans snapping up the chance to join in on the migrating supper club hosted by ARC Broward Culinary Institute.

Tickets for July's event -- scheduled for Thursday, July 19 -- go on sale at 7 tonight. This month's venue is Robovault, the hurricane-proof, ultra-high-security, insanely-swanky storage facility for South Florida's rich and/or possibly famous. The venue -- which is always kept under wraps until just before tickets go on sale -- was announced Monday night.

July's guest chef is Dy'Ante Reddick, an appropriately well-traveled 2002 Johnson & Wales Miami graduate who currently serves as executive chef of K&D's Events. The event is 6:30 to 9 p.m. and reservations are required. Traveling Plate will post the link for ticket sales on its Facebook page this evening. Find their Facebook page here.

Funds raised by the Traveling Plate Supper Club events benefit the ARC Broward Culinary Institute's programs to help disabled students seek education at the center. The last supper club event was held in May at Parker Playhouse; read more about it here.

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Tricia Woolfenden

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