November: Eat Out


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3-hour open bar, and more epic Southern-fried goodness than you can handle.
Presenting
EATER EVE
An Exclusive Preview of the Eater Awards
Sunday, November 17, 2013Angel Orensanz Foundation for Contemporary Art
6:00pm – 9:00pmTicket includes:
– Entry to the tasting event featuring Southern game-changing cuisine
– 3-hour open bar
– More epic Southern-fried goodness than you can handle

what is this Eater Eve anyway?

Ready for the Eat out of the year. Eater eve 2013 is  on it’s way, an exclusive event where you get to eat some of the years best chefs food days before the Eater Awards is to be held. The annual party celebrating the best and the brightest in the restaurant and hospitality industry. The Eater Awards 2013 is celebrating the cuisine of South America. The tickets are on sale for $125, this you can get from the EATER website. The evening includes three hours of tastings from 10 of the country’s greatest chefs, open bar, listening to jams, and a whole lot of shenanigans.

This event sadly is only for the adults, so you will have to be 21+ to enter. All tickets after purchase are non- refundable, never say never about getting your money back. Due to the demand for an event like this you finding someone who would gladly take the ticket.

For those who are wanting to cover the event or have press licence simply email Eater the name of your publication, your title, planned coverage, and your circulation, and they would be glad to assist you in making the required measures enable your access to this spectacular event!

As always event such as this come with discounts. If you are a Citi® cardmember with a credit or debit card, you can get a 20% discount off the regular ticket price through Citi Private Pass®, an entertainment access program just for Citi cardmembers! Just head here to purchase.

 LOCATION 

Eater Eve

November 17, 6-9p

Angel Orensanz

172 Norfolk

RULES & REGS: This is a one-night-only event scheduled for November 17, 2013. • Eater reserves the right to reschedule the event for any reason. • Food stations are expected to include the elements described above, though Eater reserves the right to make changes as necessary and without notice. • The $125 per person price includes food, beverages, tax & gratuity. • Must be 21 years of age to purchase.

 WHO’S COOKING 

◊ Carrot Chaat by Lantern’s Andrea Reusing
◊ Oysters “Rock-A-Billy” from Ashley Chistensen of Poole’s Downtown Diner
◊ Peanut Macaroons from Holeman & Finch’s Linton Hopkins
 ◊ Black BBQ Beef Short Rib from 610 Magnolia’s Nick Sullivan
◊ Cornmeal Johnny Cakes by Miller Union’s Steve Satterfield
◊ Hot Chicken Bites from Nick Bishop Jr. and John Lasater of Hattie B’s
◊ The ultimate Grilled Cheese and Ham Hock & Winter Greens soup from Michael Shemtov and his crew from Butcher and Bee
◊ Boudin Stuffed Chaudin by Issac Toups of Toups’ Meatery
◊ “Country Captain Duck” by Seersucker’s Robert Newton
◊ Charcoal Roasted Sweet Potato from Kyle Knall of Maysville
Chicharrones with Beef Rib by Josh & Heather Keeler of Two Boroughs Larder

Benefiting 

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