wsm centennial gala | more tix available

On Thursday, October 11 at 10 a.m., the remaining tickets for the West Side Market’s Centennial Gala event will go on sale to the general public HERE. Co-chaired by Cleveland’s own Iron Chef  Michael Symon and Food & Wine’s “Best New Chef” Jonathon Sawyer, the Centennial Gala is Saturday, Nov. 2, 2012 at the West Side Market and features the following locally and nationally known chefs:

·         April Bloomfield, New York City: The Spotted Pig, The Breslin Bar, The John Dory Oyster Bar

·         Andrew Carmellini, New York City (born in Seven Hills, Ohio): Locanda Verde, The Dutch (Miami Beach and New York City)

·         Britt-Marie Culey, Cleveland: Coquette Patisserie

·         Karen DeMasco, New York City: Locanda Verde

·         Chris Hodgson, Cleveland: Hodges, Hodge Podge and Dim and Den Sum Food Trucks

·         Paul Kahan, Chicago: One Off Hospitality Group including Blackbird, avec, The Publican, Big Star, The Violet Hour

·         Jeff Michaud, Philadelphia: Co-owner Osteria and  Amis

·         Jonathon Sawyer, Cleveland: Greenhouse Tavern, Noodlecat, Street Frites

·         Michael Symon, Cleveland: Lola, Lolita, Roast (Detroit), B-Spot

·         Marc Vetri, Philadelphia: Chef and owner, Vetri, Osteria, Amis, Alla Spina

·         Eric Williams, Cleveland: Momocho, Happy Dog

·         Paul Minnillo, Cleveland: Flour

·         Rocco Whalen, Cleveland: Fahrenheit, Rosie & Rocco’s

·         Andrew Zimmern: Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern

A limited number of tickets went on sale in August and sold out in less than 24 hours. The remaining tickets also are expected to sell out quickly. Tickets cost $250 and include valet parking, tastings of the chefs’ signature dishes, an open bar and commemorative 22-ounce bottles of Butcher’s Brew, a commemorative hand-brewed lager by Great Lakes Brewing Company in honor of the momentous milestone.

 

One Comment

  1. Michael C
    Posted October 31, 2012 at 3:35 pm | Permalink

    I think this centennial gala will be fantastic.  What a great celebration.  I will say though (In a snarky voice) I don’t want to hear how bad the economy is in Cleveland when even the second round of $250 gala tickets sold out.  If tons of people can afford that then they can continue supporting local restaurants and stores.

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