If your underground supper club makes its world debut on Daily Candy can it still be called "underground"? Hmm.
No matter! Sweep the philosophical quandaries aside and save your appetite for Brooklyn Laundry, the latest supper club adding itself to the ranks of the oodles of supper clubs that have flooded New York City in the last few years. But Brooklyn Laundry offers an intriguing twist: Most of the dinner parties will be held in empty apartments that are on the market. Genius! Fantastic! Legal? Hard to say. But you know you want to gnaw on "five or more thoughtful seasonal courses, like foie gras buttercream macaroons, buckwheat matzah ball soup, buttery monkfish potpies, brisket and ramps, and lavender madeleines" in the sweeping dining room of some luminous, hulking Tribeca loft as you take in the sunset and the sparking banter with your food-and-real-estate-obsessed tablemates. Tickets start at $60. More info via Daily Candy.