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Here’s a Peek at Scott Conant’s One Night Pop-Up on Oct. 18

Here’s a Peek at Scott Conant’s One Night Pop-Up on Oct. 18

Reservations for chef Conant's one-night-only pop-up are available beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday, October 17.

Reservations app Resy has teamed up with celebrity chef Scott Conant of Chopped and Top Chef fame for a one-night-only preview of his restaurant, CONANT, on Saturday, October 18 in New York City.

The location of Conant’s single-night “flash” restaurant will only be revealed when the user books a reservation, available beginning Friday, October 17 at 9 a.m., through Resy.

Specific details about the menu, which will be an indulgent, multi-course Italian meal, have been kept extremely quiet as well… until now. A representative for Resy confirmed exclusively to The Daily Meal that one of the dishes from chef Conant and his team will be Olive Oil-Poached Capon, with a foie gras emulsion, Brussel sprouts, and parsnip purée.

That’s all we’ve got so far, but the attention paid to this single dish suggests a pretty spectacular “flash” dining experience. Again, reservations will be accepted beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday, so get those thumbs ready.

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Karen Lo is an associate editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @appleplexy.


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Food heals, figuratively, but starting next year, figurative will become literal in Illinois. And it will be sweet.

Cresco Labs, Illinois's largest cannabis cultivator, and James Beard Award-winning chef Mindy Segal (Hot Chocolate) announced early this week their partnership on a line of edible products. It is the first partnership for both in the medical marijuana edibles industry (that's a legit thing), and a bold move for Chicago. The line, which will include a chocolate brittle bar, infused granola bites and an infused chocolate drink intended to be warm, is set to roll-out at licensed dispensaries across the state starting in February.

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Food heals, figuratively, but starting next year, figurative will become literal in Illinois. And it will be sweet.

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If your head is spinning, this is not a vision out of Half-Baked ever since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, edibles have become what some call the future of the industry, by providing traditional non-smokers with an alternative way to ease the pain.

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Cresco Labs, Illinois's largest cannabis cultivator, and James Beard Award-winning chef Mindy Segal (Hot Chocolate) announced early this week their partnership on a line of edible products. It is the first partnership for both in the medical marijuana edibles industry (that's a legit thing), and a bold move for Chicago. The line, which will include a chocolate brittle bar, infused granola bites and an infused chocolate drink intended to be warm, is set to roll-out at licensed dispensaries across the state starting in February.

If your head is spinning, this is not a vision out of Half-Baked ever since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, edibles have become what some call the future of the industry, by providing traditional non-smokers with an alternative way to ease the pain.

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Cresco Labs, Illinois's largest cannabis cultivator, and James Beard Award-winning chef Mindy Segal (Hot Chocolate) announced early this week their partnership on a line of edible products. It is the first partnership for both in the medical marijuana edibles industry (that's a legit thing), and a bold move for Chicago. The line, which will include a chocolate brittle bar, infused granola bites and an infused chocolate drink intended to be warm, is set to roll-out at licensed dispensaries across the state starting in February.

If your head is spinning, this is not a vision out of Half-Baked ever since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, edibles have become what some call the future of the industry, by providing traditional non-smokers with an alternative way to ease the pain.

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Food heals, figuratively, but starting next year, figurative will become literal in Illinois. And it will be sweet.

Cresco Labs, Illinois's largest cannabis cultivator, and James Beard Award-winning chef Mindy Segal (Hot Chocolate) announced early this week their partnership on a line of edible products. It is the first partnership for both in the medical marijuana edibles industry (that's a legit thing), and a bold move for Chicago. The line, which will include a chocolate brittle bar, infused granola bites and an infused chocolate drink intended to be warm, is set to roll-out at licensed dispensaries across the state starting in February.

If your head is spinning, this is not a vision out of Half-Baked ever since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, edibles have become what some call the future of the industry, by providing traditional non-smokers with an alternative way to ease the pain.

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Cresco Labs, Illinois's largest cannabis cultivator, and James Beard Award-winning chef Mindy Segal (Hot Chocolate) announced early this week their partnership on a line of edible products. It is the first partnership for both in the medical marijuana edibles industry (that's a legit thing), and a bold move for Chicago. The line, which will include a chocolate brittle bar, infused granola bites and an infused chocolate drink intended to be warm, is set to roll-out at licensed dispensaries across the state starting in February.

If your head is spinning, this is not a vision out of Half-Baked ever since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, edibles have become what some call the future of the industry, by providing traditional non-smokers with an alternative way to ease the pain.

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Cresco Labs, Illinois's largest cannabis cultivator, and James Beard Award-winning chef Mindy Segal (Hot Chocolate) announced early this week their partnership on a line of edible products. It is the first partnership for both in the medical marijuana edibles industry (that's a legit thing), and a bold move for Chicago. The line, which will include a chocolate brittle bar, infused granola bites and an infused chocolate drink intended to be warm, is set to roll-out at licensed dispensaries across the state starting in February.

If your head is spinning, this is not a vision out of Half-Baked ever since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana, edibles have become what some call the future of the industry, by providing traditional non-smokers with an alternative way to ease the pain.

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