Joe Shirley is one of the few professional cooks in the city who works a 9-to-5 for a major bank (as its executive chef). He wants to open his own restaurant someday, though, so he's keeping his creative skills sharp by scheduling pop-up restaurants, one night at a time, in unexpected locations. A recent Uberdine dinner, held at the Roasterie event space (and using many of that local coffee company's products), was a three-hour, 10-course adventure in dining that was indeed fully über. Each of the discreet little courses was as dainty and artistically composed as a piece of Meissen china (a few were actually served on a single fork), but satisfying enough that no one left hungry. Joe and his wife, Carolina, are larger-than-life personalities, so the production had a dinner-theater quality. But when you're talking about a limited run, a little flamboyance is a perfect ingredient.