Collaborating with Chris Kearse

clambakeChris Kearse is a chef’s chef. His technique and food make chefs like Eli Kulp a fan. So it isn’t surprising to see a couple of collaborations coming up with the chef/owner of Will BYOB.

This Wednesday, July 16th, Will is hosting chef Adan Trinidad of Sancho Pistola’s and Jose Pistola’s for a special five-course dinner and clambake. The dinner is $50 per person and includes a complimentary drink.

And then next Tuesday, July 22nd, Chris Kearse is heading to Rosemont, New Jersey to collaborate with Matthew Ridgway, chef and owner of The PASS restaurant.


That six-course BYOB, prix fixe meal is $79 per person and limited to 50 guests. Kearse will show off his modernist tendencies as Ridgway takes a more rustic approach to French food. Ridgway was a saucier for Jean-Marie Lacroix at the Fountain Room in the Four Seasons, before serving as chef de cuisine at Lacroix, and later as chef de cuisine for chef Joel Antunes.

The PASS is an official tasting room for Sean Thackrey wines, so Thackrey wines are available by the bottle. Get your reservations now.

The Pass [Foobooz]
Will BYOB [Foobooz]

 

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  • tjt

    Makes fans of chefs, not makes him a fan of them.