MyThy and Matt have a desire to host meals at their home in Southwest Detroit peppered with their current obsessions. Whether it be a particular region of Vietnam, a variety of squash from Stone Coop Farm, or a new flavor of ice cream, there’s a constant endeavor to keep their food exciting, delicious, and made with a purpose. What remains certain is the aspiration for new guests, friends, and family to feel a sense of belonging, comfort, and escapism through all branches of a meal.
With the collaborative efforts and gracious team at Folk, MyThy and Matt are hosting a dinner that is an extension of their home dinners, current obsessions, and traditions. The meal, appropriately served family-style, will be passed, stories shared, and bread (yes, MyThy’s milk bread) broken.
Tickets can be purchased here.
Sunday Supper Nights Beginning June 2018, Folk will come alive in the nighttime hours with the addition of Sunday Supper Nights. This monthly dinner series encourages diners to get to know the "faces behind the food" in a much more personal space.
Where did you grow up? What inspires you? What do you want us to learn about you through your food? What do you want your legacy to be?
A natural progression of Folk's own food philosophy, Sunday Supper Nights explores the cultural traditions, travels and backgrounds of chefs near and far. Most importantly, it encourages diners to pay close attention to important themes such as matriarchy in the kitchen, early food memories, eradication of indigenous food sources, and more.