If Josephine House is where the fashionable ladies lunch and Bufalina is where the perennially hip eat dinner, then putting them together is an Austin foodie's dream. Next week, Bufalina Chef Steven Dilley is hosting a one-night-only pop-up dinner at Josephine House, combining east side cool with Clarksville chic.
For $50 — or $80 with special wine pairings — guests can enjoy four courses including corn croquettes, heirloom tomato salad, buttermilk brick chicken and oak grilled peaches. Dilley's dinner will be held on Tuesday, July 29 from 6 - 10 pm. Reservations can be made through via email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dilley's special appearance is part of the Josephine House Guest Chef Series, an event that brings some of the buzziest local chefs into the darling restaurant for exclusive dinners. The most recent chef to take part was Ramen Tatsu-ya's Chef Takuya Matsumoto, who hosted a dinner on July 20.
In 2013, Josephine House was named one of the best new restaurants in the country by Bon Appetit. Not to be outdone, despite opening less than a year ago, Bufalina has received nonstop accolades for its delicious Neapolitan pizzas and Italian-inspired fare.