Meze and Octopus and Spit-Roasted Short Rib: Check Out Chef Mike Isabella’s Culinary Journey Through Greece


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Washington, D.C., chef Mike Isabella specializes in classic Greek flavors reinterpreted through a modern lens. For the first installment in Feast for the Senses — Infiniti and Eater’s six-part dinner series exploring food through the five senses — Isabella offered an Aegean feast on September 15 that emphasized flavors and taste at LongView Gallery. The event was inspired by a collaboration with the forthcoming MOFAD Lab, which opens in Brooklyn next month and takes a sensory-centric approach to exploring food.

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