Before relocating to Pittsburgh, Cory Rockwood worked for some of the best restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area. In Pittsburgh, he created the Lost Supper, an underground dinner held in secret locations across the city. The sites included theaters, old nearly abandoned buildings, backwoods, and even inside an 80-year-old bank vault! The Lost Supper dinners featured a multi-course dining experience with as many as 20 courses in one dinner. The Lost Supper utilized revolutionary innovation and creativity to create a multi-sensory culinary experience in locations with little or no equipment, running water, or electricity. True Guerilla Cooking!