On Monday, August 12th Han Dynasty in Old City and its neighbor, Prime Stache are combining for a collaborative dinner.
The seven course dinner will feature three courses from each restaurant plus a fusion course. The $50 per person dinner also includes collaborative cocktails featuring Tito’s vodka.
$10 of the dinner price goes to charity and there will be two seatings. The first will be at 6 p.m. at Prime Stache and the second will be at 9 p.m. at Han Dynasty Old City. Han Chiang will be hosting both dinners, so it is sure to be an entertains night.
Tickets are on sale now at both restaurants and over the phone. Han Dynasty’s charity is the Ronald McDonald House of Philadelphia and Prime Stache’s will be Brent Celek’s Take Flight Foundation.
Han Dynasty [Official Site]
Prime Stache [Official Site]
Got plans for tonight? If so, cancel them because tonight, April 24th, Han Dynasty and Sixpoint Brewery are hosting a collaborative beer dinner at Han Dynasty’s University City location.
Han Chiang and Sixpoint’s “Jersey” Dan Bisogno will be hosting the event (which will be only slightly less awesome than this), which starts at 7 p.m. Getting in the door will cost you $55 and yes, reservations are required.
It’s a popular dinner and tickets go fast, so make your reservations now.
Need more convincing? Take a look at the menu…
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Hey, speaking of Justin Swain, SoWe Bar & Kitchen has just introduced their new collaborative dinner series, which features the Rex 1516 chef as the first guest chef this Sunday, April 21. The kitchen will be serving an innovative four-course prix-fixe menu created by Swain and executed by him, SoWe’s regular chef, Jenn Choplin and the SoWe crew.
This is part of a special collaborative dinner series featuring up-and-coming sous chefs (and star bartenders) preparing their best drinks and dishes for diners. This special event will be held every third Sunday of the month for the rest of the year with a rotating line-up of chefs and bartenders.
Check out Swain’s inaugural menu after the jump
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Gone are the Winter weathered days of braised meats and heavy sauces. It’s April now, and in these next few months, the crowds crave the fresh, bright, and zippy. The world’s a-bloomin’, and the farm-to-table restaurants are locked and loaded.
For example, chef Al Paris of the timely named Heirloom will be hosting farm-to-table stalwart Josh Lawler (chef/owner of The Farm & Fisherman) for an evening of what it really means to be eating well in Spring. As the third installment of their Chef Collaboration series, Buds, Blooms & Wild Asparagus will be an exciting five course prixe fixe menu, for $75 a pop (plus tax and gratuity) on Wednesday, April 24th. The first seating’s at 5:30 pm, and the next is at 8 pm, and the menu will be featuring all those funny-named vegetables you always have questions about. Fiddleheads? Stinging Nettle? Sounds
Here’s the menu. If you find it intriguing, make sure to call and reserve, because when the weather’s this nice (with the exception of today), people get excited, and excitement makes people hungry.
Heirloom [Official Site]
So we just posted a couple hours ago about the Puchowitz/Sabatino/Moore collaboration and wine dinner coming up at Matyson on the 17th. Looks cool, right? But that’s really just the start of what’s shaping up to be a crazy-good season for multi-course, multi-chef special event dinners.
Any of you hardcore gastronauts with a hundred or so bucks in your pocket ought to pay special attention here…
7 chefs, 5 collaborations-a foodie dream-date
Fishtown’s very own burger joint, Sketch, is collaborating with St. Benjamin Brewing to host a collaboration dinner tonight. Owners Phyllis Farquhar and Timothy Patton of Sketch and St. Benjamin respectively, are creating the menu.
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