The Chef’s Table Series goes on the road and travels to Townsend’s Restaurant in Hyde Park and then journeys to Savinos Grill in Belmont. Two evenings for guests to learn how to cook, to meet the chef, enjoy food, wine and benefit a charity.
The Chef’s Table Series is an interactive cooking demonstration and learning experience that takes place at various restaurants throughout the Boston area. In a classroom like setting, participants learn techniques, how to cook the dish being prepared and get to know the chef via a question and answer session. Participants will watch, learn and taste the food being prepared. They will each receive a complementary glass of wine, a free recipe booklet and the opportunity to win a special gift from the restaurant. Proceeds from each ticket sale benefit a charity of the restaurant’s choice.
Tickets are $40 per person (gratuity not included). Reservations are required in advance. Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable. Tickets can be purchased on-line at TableCritic.com (click on Table News) or by calling 617.323.0670
It certainly sounds like a fun experience, and you are also contributing to good causes. I think the event is very reasonably priced and would recommend that you check it out.
The Chef’s Table Series’ Restaurants:
81 Fairmount Avenue
Hyde Park, MA
Wednesday, June 9th, 2010 at 6:30pm
Charity: Dana Farber Cancer Research
Menu: White Pizzettas - Fresh Herbs and 100% olive oil covered in sharp cheddar cheese; Grilled Swordfish- fresh grilled swordfish, topped with saffron Beurre Blanc & served with rice and grilled fresh vegetable skewer: Dessert: Chocolate Pot de Creme
Executive Chef & Owner Tom Cutrone
449 Common Street
Wednesday, June 16th, 2010 at 7pm
Charity: Belmont Special Education Advisory Council
Menu: Pan Seared Scallops, with tomato risotto with fennel, Pernod, baby squash and an olive tapenade