On Sunday, October 19, from 4 – 7 p.m., Chefs Collaborative is assembling some of Rhode Island’s best “farm-to-fork” chefs to promote awareness of local and sustainable ingredients available in the Ocean State.
Last year Providence restaurant Chez Pascal celebrated ten years under the ownership of Kristin and Matt Gennuso. The Gennusos threw the Ham Jam, a great big party with a bunch of bands. A highlight of the evening was the inaugural performance of Turn for the Wurst.
Updates on current local food and drink news in Rhode Island featuring: Daniele, Local Agriculture and Seafood Act Grants Program, and Providence Restaurant Week 2014 Extended
This past November, Gracie’s restaurant in Providence hosted a No Kid Hungry fundraiser for Share Our Strength. Gracie’s Executive Chef Matthew Varga and Pastry Chef Melissa Denmark were joined by several guest chefs–Chef Matt Gennuso of Chez Pascal in Providence, Chef Keith Luce of The Square in Greenport, New York and Evan Mallett of the Black Trumpet Bistro in Portsmouth, New Hampshire–to prepare the evening’s cocktail reception and multi-course dinner.
From the Providence Warwick Convention & Visitors Bureau comes the news of the winter 2014 Providence Restaurant Week. Restaurant Week has grown to Restaurant Weeks, running for two full weeks beginning Sunday, January 5. All the information, including the complete list of participating restaurants can be found . . .
On November 11, the region’s most celebrated chefs will gather at Gracie’s to prepare a multi-course dinner for a cause: ending childhood hunger in the United States.
On Sunday, October 6, from 4 – 7 p.m., Chefs Collaborative, the leading nonprofit network of chefs that’s changing the sustainable food landscape . . .