A CITY FARMER, A CHEF & A HOST
A City Farmer, A Chef, and A Host is a New York City dine-around evening to benefit Just Food and The Sylvia Center. On Tuesday, July 24, 2012, fourteen concurrent dinners, each prepared by a top New York chef using produce from an urban farm and hosted in a private home, will bring together food enthusiasts, taste-makers and philanthropists for a common cause.
Co-sponsored by Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn
Date: Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Number of Dinner Locations: 14
Number of Dinner Guests: 12-25 per location
Dinner Locations: Private homes and meaningful food spaces
Dinner Preferences: Guests choose their top three preferences when purchasing a ticket. Event organizers will do their best to match guests to their top dinner choice.
Tickets: $500 per person
For more information, visit cityfarmerchefhost.org.
To purchase tickets, click here.
Dinner 3 (Battery Park City):
City Farmer: Annie Novak, Eagle Street Rooftop
Chef: Howard Kalachnikoff, Gramercy Tavern
Host: Frederic Rich
Co-host: Eric Sanderson, Author of Mannahatta: A Natural History of New York City
Dinner 4 (Chelsea):
City Farmer: Abu Talib, Taqwa Community Garden
Chef: Peter Hoffman, Back Forty West
Host: Alison Schneider of Haven’s Kitchen
Co-host: Joan Gussow, Professor, Author, Food Policy Expert
Dinner 8 (Murray Hill):
City Farmer: Zachary Pickens, Riverpark Farm at Alexandria Center
Chef: Sisha Ortuzar, Riverpark
Host: The Farm Table at Riverpark Farm
Co-host: Dar Williams, Singer Songwriter
Dinner 10 (Upper West Side):
City Farmer: Molly Culver, Floyd Bennett Farm
Chef: Bill Telepan, Telepan
Host: Sarah and Victor Kovner
Co-host: Ellie Krieger, Food Network Host