GREENWICH, Conn. -- The sixth annual Greenwich Wine & Food Festival will be held in September with proceeds benefitting Paul Newman's Hole in the Wall Gang Camp and the Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation.
Ten ten local chefs who have been named to this year’s class of Most Innovative Chefs. These culinary stars will be honored at the Master Chef Dinner as they will prepare their unique dishes and interact one-on-one with festival guests.
The event will be held Sept. 23-24. Tickets begin at $150. Click here to visit the event website for complete ticket information.
The 2016 Most Innovative Chefs are:
- Mogan Anthony, Village Social, Mount Kisco, N.Y.
- Carl Carrion, Cask Republic, South Norwalk
- Albert DeAngelis, Eastend, Greenwich,
- Constantine Kalandranis, 273 Kitchen, Harrison, N.Y.
- Michael Kaphan, Purdy's Farmer & The Fish, North Salem, N.Y.
- Geoff Lazlo, Mill Street Bar & Table, Greenwich
- Brian Lewis, The Cottage, Westport
- Tony Pham, Mecha Noodle Bar, South Norwalk
- Robin Selden, Marcia Selden Catering & Event Planning, Stamford
- Bobby Will, Saltaire Oyster Bar, Port Chester, N.Y.
"This year’s class of honorees continue to push the envelope on fresh, creative, unique fare for local foodies lucky enough to live or work in Fairfield and Westchester counties,” said Suni Unger, Founder & CEO of Unger Publishing and the Founder & CEO of Greenwich Wine & Food Festival. “Each year, we assemble our group of alumni chefs who have been honored in past years to flag for us whom they feel are making their mark in the local culinary world, and once again, this year’s group of talent makes dining out an experience of its own.”
Visit www.serendipitysocial.com for more information and updates about the event schedule, participating celebrity and local chefs, musical talent and more. More information is also on the event's Facebook page.