Brunch had its moment, now supper is where it’s at. From the 1930s-2015, Turk’s Inn was a veritable institution in Wisconsin; a place where Midwesterners could eat bona fide Middle Eastern fare surrounded
THE LIGHTS ARE dim, set to eternal dusk. You enter and blink. If there are booths, they should be plush: Naugahyde or brocade limned in gold. Napkins are linen, tables likely cloaked. Maybe a Persian lies
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The Supper Club, the “secret society for hungry women” in Lara Williams’ debut novel, initially meets in restaurants, before graduating to breaking into buildings around London. They cook each other food,