Michelin Hosts Marquee Cuisine Series at Chefs Club in New York City
Michelin has announced a month-long series of culinary events in New York in association with Chefs Club and Robert Parker Wine Advocate, featuring an exclusive line-up of Michelin-starred chefs from November 6 to November 20.
Recognized globally for excellence and quality, the MICHELIN Guide offers a selection of the best restaurants in each category of comfort and price. Michelin’s renowned one, two and three stars identify establishments serving the highest quality cuisine.
The series begins with the announcement of the 2019 MICHELIN Guide New York City selection on November 6 at the iconic Rainbow Room on the 65th floor of Rockefeller Center. (A limited number of tickets are available to the public.) The gala will include a tasting menu prepared by Gabriel Kreuther of his eponymous one-Michelin-starred restaurant, Emma Bengtsson of Aquavit, Melissa Rodriguez of Del Posto and David Shim of Cote.
Separately, the MICHELIN Guide and Chefs Club, a restaurant venue in Manhattan’s famed Puck Building, will showcase top culinary talents from the Guide’s starred selections throughout the United States. This limited-edition series will seat only 80 people at each of the 12 dinner events, and guests will enjoy a MICHELIN Guide experience with exclusive tasting menus, pairing the chefs’ dishes with some of the world’s top-rated wines reviewed by Robert Parker Wine Advocate’s team of wine experts.
“Our U.S. selection team is proud to recognize these restaurants for the high quality of their food,” says Gwendal Poullennec, international director of the MICHELIN Guide. “The Chefs Club series is a unique opportunity to showcase some of the best American chefs and their teams in New York for an exceptional culinary experience.”
For this dinner series, the MICHELIN Guide has invited four featured chefs to host three events each: Val Cantu of Californios in San Francisco (November 8–10); Ryan McCaskey of Acadia in Chicago (November 12–14); Mourad Lahlou of Mourad in San Francisco (November 15–17); and chef Jon Sybert of Tail Up Goat in Washington, D.C. (November 18–20). Reservations are available through Tock.
Celebrating 40 years of unparalleled, expert and comprehensive wine criticism, Robert Parker Wine Advocate is hosting their annual Matter of Taste event in New York. Featuring wines that represent the best of the best, all wines featured at the Matter of Taste walk-about tasting, master classes and dinners have been rated at 95 points or above.
Festivities will begin on November 8 with a Robert Parker Charity Wine Gala, featuring Robert M Parker, Jr., himself, at Daniel Boulud’s two-Michelin-starred restaurant on the Upper East Side. On November 9, Chefs Club will host a Matter of Taste dinner featuring Château Lafite Rothschild with chef Gabe McMackin of The Finch in Brooklyn. Tickets are also available for a Matter of Taste dinner at Del Posto on November 10 featuring chef Melissa Rodriguez. (Purchase tickets here.)
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