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Chefs in Concerts (C.O.O.K.) Chefs of Our Kitchen

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Chefs in Concerts (C.O.O.K.) Chefs of Our Kitchen

Time: November 12, 2014 from 6pm to 9pm
Location: Gateway Community College
Street: 20 Church Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.gatewayfdn.org/#!c…
Phone: 2032852069
Event Type: food, and, drinks
Organized By: Gateway Community College
Latest Activity: Nov 10, 2014

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Event Description

The popular C.O.O.K. series will continue on

Wednesday, Nov. 12,

at 6p.m. with Chefs in Concert at Café Vincenzo

 

Gateway Community College

20 Church Street

New Haven, CT 06510

 

Tickets purchased here: http://www.gatewayfdn.org/#!cook/c36e

Price: $100.00

 

GCC Foundation

FB Event Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/726889127399673/

Contact number: (203) 285-2617

 

This event will offer guests a fascinating – and delicious! – “behind-the-scene” tour of Gateway’s culinary center, including the bake shop; commercial kitchen; teaching kitchen; and the student-run Café Vincenzo, which features a staged demo kitchen and dining room.


Featured chefs for Chefs in Concert are: Leonardo Carreno, co-owner of Bistro Mediterranean & Tapas Bar; Alex Morales, chef at Mambo Cocina Latina; Mark Petonito, owner of Petonito’s Pastry Shop; Avi Szapiro, owner/chef of Roia; Dave McCoart, owner/operator of Sage American Grill & Oyster Bar; Cristina Chang Bryant, co-owner of Sweepea: Real Food to Go; Tony Marchitto, partner/chef of Temple Grill; and Gateway’s own Culinary students. 

 

Jocelyn Maminta, Emmy Award-nominated News 8 medical reporter, will serve as event commentator and “floor reporter.”

 

Wine pairings will be offered by Margaret Ruggiero, winemaker for Paradise Hills Vineyard.

 

 

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