Five Fire, Flour and Fork Dinners! Say that five times fast.
Believe it or not, there are still a few tickets available for FF&F 2014. We've rounded up five fantastic Fire, Flour and Fork dinners that'll fervently and faithfully fill your famished........appetite (we ran out of F words.)
So pick one, or more, or all, of these amazing experiences and get tickets soon!
1. Preserving Virginia: THURSDAY - at Rappahannock
Seatings at 5:30 p.m. or 8 p.m. are still available for this dinner featuring Paul Virant of Vie and Dylan Fultineer of the host restaurant. Fultineer was recently named a chef to watch by Zagat. Vie is a Michelin-star chef from Chicago. This isn't one to miss.
2. Spice Poker: Friday - at Curry Craft
Tickets are still available for this dinner's four seatings at 6 p.m., 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. Jehangir Mehta, of Graffiti in New York, and Mel Oza of the host restaurant, will take you on a tour of spice in Indian cuisine from spicy to sweet and back again.
3. South by Midwest: SATURDAY at Mise En Place
Justin Carlisle of Ardent in Milwaukee, recently named a Chef to Watch by Plate Magazine takes over Mise En Place for this Saturday dinner. Seatings still available at 7 p.m.
4. a great catch: friday at hilton garden inn downtown
Matthew Tlusty and J Frank salute Virginia Seafood at this 7 p.m. dinner. All four courses will highlight the best of the Old Dominion's gilled offerings, and the skills of these incredibly talented chefs.
5. Hall, Halloween & History: Friday at the 2300 club
Friday is Halloween. You should probably eat something at Chef Michael Hall's Tribute to Edgar Allan Poe. Don't worry, this meal doesn't feature peeled grapes masquerading as eyeballs. This is pure fine dining at Church Hill's oldest dining club. Tickets are available for the 6 p.m. seating.
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