Harlem based The Cecil in collaboration with The FareTrade will host a special one-night dinner highlighting America’s best culinary artisans.
The cocktail reception and four course menu will showcase Chef JJ Johnson’s approach to transforming simple cuisine with unexpected ingredients and will include dishes such as Montauk Scallop with Piri Piri Salt and Lychee; Crispy Porgy with Thai Basil Jalapeño Pickle Stew; and more. Reservations for the dinner cost 120++ for single tickets or $200++ for two guests and is inclusive of guests first month membership to The FareTrade – a monthly food platform that works with chefs from across the nation to curate baskets of their favorite artisan ingredients complete with recipes and step-by-step videos.
Monday, August 10, 2015
6:30PM Cocktail Reception; 7:00 Dinner
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