New Orleans’ Commander’s Palace Popping Up at Drexel
The Center for Hospitality and Sports Management at Drexel University is responsible for Philly Chef Conference but that is hardly the only cool event they host during the year.
Commander’s Palace is a landmark among dining landmarks in New Orleans. Open since 1880 and now under the stewardship McPhail, a James Beard award winning chef, the restaurant is known for its haute Creole cuisine.
The four-course dinner costs $75 per person and includes complimentary drink pairings. Tickets to the event are available on Drexel’s web site.
UPDATE: The dinner is now sold out.
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