Functional pottery and four courses prepared by a coterie of local talent.

Local artist Kate Riley, whose functional, food-safe pottery is used in restaurants like Odd Duck and Wolf Peach, is holding her next Plate Collective dinner on March 23 at c.1880 (1100 S. First St.). The four-course meal with wine pairings will utilize the talents of chefs Thomas Hauck (owner of c.1880), Justin Carlisle (Ardent), Nell Benton (The National) and Thi Cao (of soon-to-open National Nights). Cocktail hour begins at 6 p.m. with punch (each guest receives a take-away cup made by Kate); dinner at 7 p.m. Monday, March 23. Tickets: $105.60 (including tax and gratuity). Click here to buy. And read about Kate Riley in this story that ran in the May 2013 issue of Milwaukee Magazine.



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