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Chefs, Unconventional

eater614_atlantic.jpgChef Nathan Isberg has always played by his own rules. But he took it to a whole new level earlier this month when he decided to scrap the menu from his restaurant The Atlantic. Now, Isberg cooks whatever he feels like on that particular day— and the price of the meal is up to the diner. Even if customers don't want to pay in cash, the chef has accepted everything from artwork to professional massages. Think of it like a dinner party, just at a restaurant instead of your house. [Toronto Life]
—Alexander Lipnik