rogueApron is Atlanta’s independent underground supperclub. We aim to provide a social dining experience where you can meet new and interesting people while enjoying an awesome dinner in an intimate home setting.
We partner with the East Atlanta Brewery on many events to pair delicious food with homebrewed beer. All events are 21+.
This Is How We Do It
rogueApron is a private supperclub; our guest list is limited. We keep the location of our events discreet until 24 hours before the event. Guests make a reservation via Eventbrite, a reservations website.
Most meals have a fixed number of available slots. A few days before the event, we contact registered attendees individually to confirm their availability. We encourage guests to take their reservations as seriously as they would an RSVP to a friend’s wedding – we put an enormous amount of work into preparing a meal specially for you. Spots that are not confirmed are released to the waiting list.
Can anyone come to a rogueApron event? Yes … and no. We carefully screen all of our mailing list additions to make sure that folks will be compatible with our mission.
Once we’ve completely booked our event, we create a waiting list, which gets first crack at any available spots based upon the timestamp of when they signed up. So please – if an event is booked, sign the waiting list asap!
Cancellations and No Shows
We finance these events out of our pockets, so cancellations and no-shows really hurt us. We plan our menus, food costs, and begin prepping far in advance of the events, making everything from scratch. We ask that our guests respect the amount of work that goes into a rogue event, and give us 4 days cancellation notice. Folks who RSVP for an event and no-show without any explanation will eventually be removed from our mailing list.
We aim to cover the costs of ingredients and provide ourselves with a modest return to invest in future rogueApron events. If you’d like to come but can’t spring for the suggested donation, check out our participation options. [More on donations here.]
We ask that all guests respect the privacy of our chefs, staff and locations. You are welcome to photograph and blog our events – just please no identifying details for our chefs, staff and locations. [Media and Blogger Guidelines.]