20 Casual And Confident Supper Club Menus

Your supper club menu just got dialed up to delicious, with our multi-course suggestions.

Chicken and Wild Rice Skillet Casserole

Hector Sanchez

If you are seeking new inspiration for your supper club model, or if you need to get started in a supper club, these recipes will aid in your approach. Supper clubs are still a thing, and sometimes can be the only answer to staying in touch with friends and neighbors in our digital age. Ensuring that your crowd is well-fed can be a tangible way to communicate your love for those who are seated around your table.

For those special "meal memories" that you are chasing, feel free to take a suggestion from our list of supper club menus. These courses will delight your palate and ensure that your guests feel cared for and satisfied. Be ready with extra recipe cards during your event. You will be pressed for the tasty details surrounding your dinner success.

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Entree: Lowcountry Fish Stew

Mike Lata's Lowcountry Fish Stew
Peter Frank Edwards; Prop Styling and Floral Design: Sara York Grimshaw

Starter: Creamy Spinach Ricotta Crostini and Asparagus Ribbon Crostini

Side: Golden Corn Fritters with Orange Basil Yogurt Dip

Dessert: Triple Chocolate Brownie-Mousse Stacks

Our Lowcountry Fish Stew needs to be surrounded by produce and light flavors. In this menu option consider yourself and your party guests served with style and flavor. Choosing to end on a rich note of chocolate is never a bad idea.

02 of 20

Entree: Braised Cola And Bourbon Brisket

Rustic Mashed Potatoes with Whole-Grain Mustard
Hector Manuel Sanchez; Prop Styling: Lydia Pursell; Food Styling: Tami Hardeman

Starter: Mini Potato Skins

Side: Cajun Mac And Cheese

Dessert: Salted Caramel Banana Pudding

Even the Salted Caramel Banana Pudding feels like home with this decidedly Southern meal. From the cola used on your brisket to the spice that lures you into our Cajun Mac and Cheese recipe, you palate will take a trip to the South.

03 of 20

Entree: Twice Baked Potato Casserole

Twice Baked Potato Casserole
Alison Miksch; Prop Styling: Sarah Elizabeth Cleveland; Food Styling: Melissa Gray

Starter: Afterburners

Side: Ann's Kale-Citrus Salad With Bacony Pecans

Dessert: Key Lime Sheet Cake

You don't need a grill for this casual feast, and our pairing of citrus with a little heat on the table will make your taste buds sing. Try not to load up on the chosen entree, as you don't want to miss out on these other delightful course options.

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Entree: Orange Rosemary Roasted Chicken

Orange-Rosemary Roast Chicken
Victor Protasio; Food Styling: Rishon Hanners; Prop Styling: Audrey Davis

Starter: Georgia Style Boiled Peanuts

Side: Creamy Collard Green Soup With Bacony Croutons

Dessert: Chocolate-Pecan Chess Pie

We love the idea of eating early and then heading over to the theater for a supper-club-and-a-movie night. Our starter snack will get the night going, as boiled peanuts usually require a cold beverage to taste the best. Once you've finally indulged in the chess pie, you will be ready to relax in a comfy cinema seat.

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Entree: Chicken And Wild Rice Skillet Casserole

Chicken-and-Wild Rice Skillet Casserole
Hector Sanchez

Starter: Baked Brie With Pomegranate And Pistachios

Side: Field Pea Salad With Tomatoes And Feta

Dessert: Mississippi Mud S'mores-Fudge Pie

You and your guests will get plenty of sweet and savory with these courses. The chicken presents in a one-pot meal with simple yet delightful flavor, with the tangy accompaniment of our salad. Finish it off with Mississippi Mud S'mores Fudge Pie, and your night will end on a rich note.

06 of 20

Entree: Classic Beef Pot Roast

Classic Beef Pot Roast
Jennifer Causey; Food Stylist: Emily Nabors Hall; Prop Stylist: Claire Spollen

Starter: Bacon Cheese Gougères

Side: Roasted Garlic Duchess Potatoes

Recipe: Glazed Apple Tart

Comfort your dinner club with this hearty menu, perfect for chilly weather. Pot roast is an all-time favorite for many, and our tips to a successful outcome might have you making it more. Who can resist giving it a go with just the right dishes to pair it with?

07 of 20

Entree: Lasagna Roll-Ups

Tomato-Basil Lasagna Rolls
Hector Sanchez; Styling: Lydia Degaris Pursell

Starter: Spinach And Vidalia Dip

Side: Chopped Kale Salad With Toasted Breadcrumbs

Recipe: Lemon Tiramisù

Your Italian-themed dinner club night just leveled up. The lasagna roll-up is a genius approach to uniform serving sizes, and a kale salad has never tasted so good, What we want to know is, will there be any Lemon Tiramisù left?

08 of 20

Entree: Skillet Chicken Pot Pie With Puff Pastry

Skillet Chicken Pot-Pie with Spring Vegetables

Antonis Achilleos; Prop Styling: Lydia Pursell; Food Styling: Chelsea Zimmer

Starter: Basic Pimiento Cheese

Side: Crispy Smashed Brussels Sprouts

Dessert: German Chocolate Cupcakes

These recipes are classics, and we want to know which course is the favorite of your dinner club. There is no going wrong with pimiento cheese, and your beautiful puff pastry pot pie will make its mark. But it's a little hard to imagine that anyone at your table will not gush over the cupcakes.

09 of 20

Entree: Emily's Red Beans And Rice

Emily's Red Beans and Rice
Peter Frank Edwards

Starter: Beer Cheese Fondue

Side: Ivy Odom's Lacy Cornbread 

Dessert: Fried Bananas Foster

You're in for a wild night with this casual Cajun feast. Start with a rich fondue before you tackle your red beans and rice. Paired with cornbread that is made with a little bit of a mess, your main dish will come off just beautifully.

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Entree: "Frog Moore" Stew Recipe

"Frog Moore" Stew

Starter: Party Cheese Ball

Side: Collard Greens With Garlic And Sippets

Dessert: Lemon-Orange Chiffon Cake

Serve a taste of the Lowcountry with time-honored classics that aim to satisfy. As most Southerners understand, this "stew" has had the water drained from it completely, and there are no frogs to be found. This is all good, and so are the suggested accompaniments.

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Entree: French Onion Soup Casserole

French Onion Soup Casserole
Jennifer Causey; Prop Styling: Christine Keely; Food Styling: Torie Cox

Starter: Fig, Pecan And Brie Bites

Side: Sesame, Tomato, And Cucumber Salad

Dessert: Millionaire Shortbread

With this vegetarian menu, you are still going to feel indulgent. This casserole is a hearty offering, and your guests will demand to know how you did it. Our advice is to hand them more Millionaire Shortbread and let them keep guessing.

12 of 20

Entree: Creamy Chicken Enchiladas

Triple-Coconut Poke Snack Cake
Antonis Achilleos; Food Styling: Emily Nabors Hall; Prop Styling: Kay E. Clarke

Starter: Jalapeño Corn Dip

Side: Spicy Pineapple Slaw

Dessert: Triple-Coconut Poke Snack Cake

We are leaning a little further South with these courses. Embrace your spicy side and that of your guests with enchiladas, spicy slaw, and a corn dip that will be a part of your regular rotation from here on out. Don't forget to throw in one of your fave beverages to be sure your dinner club is treated right.

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Entree: Heavenly Chicken Lasagna

Heavenly Chicken Lasagna
Lee Harrelson; Styling: Mindi Shapiro

Starter: Slow-Roasted Cherry Tomato Bruschetta

Side: Lemony White Bean Salad With Broccoli

Dessert: Cappuccino Swirl Bars

Cook like an Italian nonna and transport your guests to Italy, one dish at a time. Your journey starts with a flavorful take on bruschetta, trips into bright flavors with a balanced salad, and ends with rich cappuccino tastiness. You cannot go wrong with this selection for your dinner club.

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Entree: Chicken Risotto With Spring Vegetables

Chicken Risotto with Spring Vegetables
Jennifer Davick

Starter: Herbed Goat Cheese Spread

Side: Creamy Asparagus Soup

Dessert: Lucious Orange Panna Cotta

This light and breezy spring menu will usher in some well needed fresh air to your dinner table. With the best of spring in mind, each of these courses will pay homage to a season of renewal. Your dinner club is about to start dining al fresco, and this meal is a great way to usher in fair weather.

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Entree: Chicken And Sausage Jambalaya

chicken and sausage jambalaya
Photographer: Jen Causey, Prop Stylist: Josh Hoggle, Food Stylist: Ruth Blackburn

Starter: Crawfish Dip

Side: Jalapeño Cornbread Sticks

Dessert: New Orleans Beignets

Bring Mardi Gras to your dining room with these classic New Orleans dishes, and your dinner club will immediately feel like they're in the Big Easy. You might want to ensure your soundtrack is on point during this feast. We suggest a quick search for Dixieland jazz to get just the right vibe.

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Entree: Grilled Pork And Peach Salad With Honey Mustard Dressing

Grilled Pork-and-Peach Salad with Honey-Mustard Dressing
Antonis Achilleos; Food Styling: Emily Nabors Hall; Prop Styling: Heather Chadduck Hillegas

Starter: Cheese Dreams

Side: Cucumber-Buttermilk Soup

Recipe: Bourbon-Chocolate Cake with Praline Frosting

Dine al fresco with this grill-friendly entrée and warm-weather sides. You won't hear any complaints about a hearty salad as a main course when you present dessert. Just tell your guests you wanted to take a lean approach so they could all indulge with no guilt.

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Entree: Chicken Pot Pie With Bacon And Cheddar Biscuits

Chicken Pot Pie with Bacon-and-Cheddar Biscuits
Becky Luigart-Stayner; Styling: Buffy Hargett

Starter: Buttery Toasted Pecans

Side: Strawberry Spinach Salad

Dessert: Banana Pudding Cheesecake

Buttery pecans, and the most indulgent casserole we've ever eaten are sure to win over everyone in your dinner club. And please trust us when we say this is not the last time you will make our Banana Pudding Cheesecake. This menu deserves its own post-nosh nap.

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Entree: Spice Rubbed Tenderloin With Mustard Cream Sauce

Spice-Rubbed Tenderloin with Mustard-Cream Sauce

Starter: Warm Cheese Box Bites

Side: Herbed Potato Stacks

Dessert: Easy Carrot Cake Trifles

This meal will be one of the most memorable you host for your dinner club. Beef tenderloin never fails, and the choices of dishes that present beautifully will win the night. We predict no leftovers.

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Entree: Shrimp Scampi Linguine

Shrimp Scampi Linguine
Luca Trovato

Starter: Mini Caprese Salad Bites

Side: Grilled Watermelon

Dessert: Pistachio Ice Cream

Your spread will be colorful and fresh with the choice ingredients selected for this meal. The flavors will be captivating, but the feast for the eyes will entice as well. Don't be surprised if your effort makes it into the Instagram feeds of your guests.

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Entree: Roasted Spatchcock Chicken

Spatchcock Roasted Chicken

Alison Miksch

Starter: Slow Roasted Cherry Tomato Bruschetta

Side: Herbed Breadcrumb-Topped Macaroni And Cheese Recipe

Dessert: Mini Apple Pie

Top to bottom, this dinner club menu has it all. Your starter entices with a rich tangy flavor, leading into the classic roasted chicken entree. But this is the spatchcock method, and that bird will be moist and tender. The mac 'n cheese side lends just the right amount of decadence, and the dessert course is a single-serving, latticed treat.

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