Supper clubs are the modern interpretation of the potluck dinner party. Similar in style to their bring-a-dish counterpart in which guests contribute prepared dishes for the dinner, supper clubs differ in one important—and fun—aspect: Guests gather in the host's kitchen to prepare the food and then enjoy the meal together.
It's easy to host a supper club party. All you need is an appealing menu—it should include recipes that are conducive to group preparation along with a few make-ahead dishes to round out the meal. And, because everybody shares in the cooking, anyone can play host, whether you're a novice or an accomplished cook. To get you started, we've assembled tips on menu planning, organization and timing.