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Langhorne, Furstenburg and Others Come Together for DGS's Second Anniversary

Several chefs are collaborating on a special menu

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DGS Delicatessen may have lost its opening chef to Pinea, but it's gaining several other chefs who are coming together to celebrate the restaurant's second anniversary.

This Saturday, meat farmer Bev Eggleston, Jeremiah Langhorne of the upcoming The Dabney, Dolcezza's Robb Duncan and baker Mark Furstenburg (along with vegetable speicalist Steve Turnage) will cook up a $40, four-course menu during Dinner service. Partner and beverage director Brian Zipin has a $18 wine pairing to match.

Among the offerings: braised beef shank, chocolate babka, chicken cracklings and more. Reservations are recommended.

DGS Anniversary

DGS Delicatessen

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