Former Salt Laker Matthew Batt will join us for an in-person discussion about his new book, The Last Supper Club: A Waiter's Requiem. Batt will be in conversation with fellow writer Melanie Rae Thon who wrote As If Fire Could Hide Us. This event is open to the public and will take place at the bookshop.
Seating is limited! Reserve your spot on Eventbrite here. You may purchase a book with your ticket, or separately through the King’s English. Places in the signing line are reserved for those who purchase a copy from The King's English.
Pre-order your signed copy of The Last Supper Club today, by either calling the store at 801-484-9100 or ordering online. Please specify if you will be attending the event and if you want your book personalized. If you cannot make this event, signed copies of The Last Supper Club may be ordered from our website.
About the book:
The Last Supper Club is the story of how Matthew Batt, a forty-something professor on sabbatical, found himself returning to a job waiting tables. And loving it. In this rare and vivid memoir, he details the challenge and satisfaction of meeting the demands of a fine dining restaurant’s frenzied kitchen and equally expectant crowd. Told with sharp humor, humility, and a keen sense of what matters, The Last Supper Club is an ode to working in restaurants, the relationships that get you to the night’s close, and finding yourself through—or perhaps because of—the chaos of it all.