EVERYTHING BROOKLYN – FROM ROOT TO PLATE

A five-course dinner event featuring the best of the borough.

 

Brooklyn is home to one of the most dynamic food scenes in the country, if not the world. This is certainly to the credit of the chefs, who often bring three star experience to small neighborhood outposts- dazzling an appreciative audience with their talent and innovation. However, good restaurants alone don't make for a strong food culture. What supports and sustains Brooklyn's strengthening food movement is a prevailing commitment to the locavore's promise: local, seasonal, sustainable, and — not to be forgotten — flavorful. 

Local Fare's celebration aims to put paid to that promise. In one of Cobble Hill's most outstanding spaces, come enjoy an intimate dinner with some of Brooklyn's best chefs, producers, artists and artisans. Everything from the vegetables on your plate to the art on the wall has been sourced from within the borough.  

For the benefit of: CITY HARVEST


Oct. 5, 2016 @ 7 PM
181 Pacific Street / Brooklyn, NY 11201
$285

 

The Chefs

Daniel Burns, Chef, Luksus, Torst Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergso, Brewer, Evil Twin Brewing 

Daniel Burns, Chef, Luksus, Torst
Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergso, Brewer, Evil Twin Brewing 

Chris Pizzuli, Chef, Runner & Stone Peter Endriss, Baker, Runner & Stone

Chris Pizzuli, Chef, Runner & Stone
Peter Endriss, Baker, Runner & Stone

Erin Patinkin & Agatha Kulaga Ovenly

Erin Patinkin & Agatha Kulaga
Ovenly

Mike Poiarkoff, Executive Chef Vinegar Hill House

Mike Poiarkoff, Executive Chef
Vinegar Hill House

Gabe McMackin, Chef The Finch

Gabe McMackin, Chef
The Finch

Patrick Miller Rucola

Patrick Miller
Rucola

 

 

BENEFITTING

 
 
 

City Harvest is the world's first food rescue organization and one of New York City's great not-for-profit institutions. Food rescue refers to the process of safely recovering surplus food from the supply chain (restaurants, grocers, bakeries, and farms) and distributing it to people in need. City Harvest regularly delivers food to 500 soup kitchens, food pantries and other community food programs across New York City, helping feed the nearly 1.4 million people who face hunger each year. Not only does food rescue help ensure that millions of Americans have access to quality meals, it is also key to helping combat food waste.

Learn more about the important work City Harvest does and ways for you to get involved at: www.cityharvest.org


Special Thanks

This evening would not have been possible without the generous support of Lonicera Partners. Building on Brooklyn would also like to thank the following for their support, time and advice: Gillian Duffy, Pooja Pillai, Carly Katz-Hackman, Christina Ciaramella D'Elia, Sean Weissbart, Damien Del Rio, Stephanie Kramer, Rachek Krupa, and Little Digital Co.

 

LOCAL FARE BKLYN

Oct. 5, 2016 @ 7 PM
181 Pacific Street / Brooklyn, NY 11201
$285