Sunday Dinner Club mailing list. It is one of the most popular underground supper clubs in Chicago and you have to be invited on to the list. They do multi-course dinners several times a year. While I recently was able to try some of their food via a Takeout Night, this dinner, a beer dinner featuring Three Floyd's Beer was my first dinner in their event space. Located above Honey Butter Fried Chicken, the entrance was not obvious as it is unmarked with the exception of the letters SDC at about chest height on an otherwise unmarked door. The door is also locked, so you have to press the buzzer to be buzzed in. Opening the door reveals a staircase immediately behind it. At the first landing, the wall is decorated with plates of many sizes and colors. Entering the room room there are three communal tables that will seat about 10 each, a wood floor, and two hanging lights that kind of reminded me of octopuses. There were several wires radiating from a central hub that supported Edison lights hanging at different heights. There was a fireplace on the same wall as the entrance (unlit on the night I went) with many cookbooks on the mantle. There was a room off to the side where there was a coat rack and the kitchen was in a second room off to the side. Things started out with the crew introducing themselves, welcoming us, and and telling us a little about both Sunday Dinner Club and Three Floyd's Brewery. Our first course came out shortly afterward which were Chicken Fried Cheese Curds and Cauliflower with Lime Salt and Sriracha Aioli, paired with Gumballhead which is a Hoppy Wheat Ale. The curds seemed pretty fresh because they still had a squeak even after the deep fry. The flavor was medium, but the lime salt enhanced the salty sour flavor. The Sriracha Aioli provided a nice spicy finish.