The Black Chef Summer Series At BluJeen In Harlem

blackchecf summer series1The Black Chef Summer Series (BCSS) presented by BluJeen Restaurant, is a nine-week highlight of astounding African American chefs with diverse and distinctive palettes and skill sets from across the country.

The Black Chef Summer Series gives foodies the opportunity to explore the wide range of variety that these chefs have to offer. With a prix-fixe dinner set at $65, each Monday night throughout the summer Chef Irie, Chef Russell Jackson, Chef James Robinson and a host of other amazing chefs will present multiple courses filled with the flavor of Harlem along with a signature cocktail. Kicking off on Monday July 13th,   guests will have the option of reserving seating at 6 pm and at 9 pm. The series will continue throughout the summer until September 7, 2015.

The Black Chef Summer Series will complement each magically and tasteful evening with 10 percent of proceeds going to both the Food Bank of for New York City and a charity of the Chef’s choosing.     

This is a Dining experience to highlight the plethora of the new generation of black chefs

  • Maxcel Hardy – Celebrity Chef and Food Bank Culinary Ambassador
  • Executive Chef Lance Knowling – Chef, BluJeeen
  • Margarette Purvis – President & CEO, Food Bank for New York City

Monday July 13th, 6pm

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BluJeen NYC (between 115th & 116th street), 2143 Frederick Douglass Blvd., New York, NY 10026

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