A Taste of Place: Eating Your Way Around the East Bay
Advance tickets no longer available. Additional tickets available at the door.
Daniel Patterson, Executive Chef and Owner, Coi, Plum and Haven
James Syhabout, Executive Chef and Owner, Commis and Hawker Fare
Tanya Holland, Executive Chef and Owner, Brown Sugar Kitchen, B-Side BBQ
Russell Moore, Executive Chef and Owner, Camino Restaurant
Jessica Battilana, Senior Editor, Tasting Table; Former Associate Food Editor, 7X7 Magazine - Moderator
You’ve heard it before: location is everything. In the culinary game, “where you’re at” can dictate the ingredients you use, the type of cuisine you churn out, and the kinds of people you’re cooking for. With an endless list of top eateries, the Bay Area is a prime foodie destination. But what is it specifically that makes Northern California and the East Bay such a special place to grow, cook and eat? Our panel of locally minded chefs will discuss the unique tastes, philosophies and circumstances that allow them to channel the true flavor of their location.
Celebrate the true tastes of the East Bay on August 1st at an intimate dinner party at Camino. Seats are limited and ticket prices include everything - three-course meal, wine, snacks, tax and gratuity, and admission to the panel discussion on the 30th, not to mention the opportunity to meet these culinary legends.
To purchase tickets to dinner at Camino on August 1st, please click here.
Location: Lafayette Library and Learning Center, 3491 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette
Time: 5:45 p.m. check-in, 6:30 p.m. program
Cost: $22 standard, $12 members, $7 students (with valid ID)