This week at PRFM...
|Photo by Sarah Dodge|
with Angus Brown of Lusca
10:00 a.m. on 6/6
Chef Demos are sponsored by
After making an indelible mark on the industry with Octopus Bar, a celebrated post-shift spot among our city's chefs, Angus Brown's newest concept was one of the most highly anticipated openings last year. And rightly so. Lusca has since been named as a semifinalist for the James Beard Foundation's Best New Restaurant category, included in GQ's list of "America's 25 Outstanding Restaurants," and listed in bon appetit's "America's 50 Best New Restaurants." Angus was also named one of Cooking Light's "Trailblazing Chefs" and was nominated for Food & Wine's "People's Best New Chef." He's trained in French, Italian, and Asian cuisine, and has researched and cooked his way through Japan and Vietnam. Lucky for us, he's settled in his hometown of Atlanta, where he's committed to using local ingredients and serves on the chef advisory board of Atlanta's Community Farmers Markets. You won't want to miss this Saturday's demo with one of our city's most creative chefs!
Tickets on sale now...
3rd Annual PRFM Sunday Supper
June 14th at 5:30 p.m.
Child Hall, Cathedral of St. Philip
Nine Atlanta area chefs will serve up family-style dishes made with farm-fresh, local ingredients sourced from PRFM farmers and vendors. Guests will dine at a table with a farmer and enjoy drinks from Second Self Brewing Company and Brookhaven Wines.
Chefs include Terry Koval of Wrecking Bar, Adam Evans of The Optimist, Nick Leahy of Saltyard, Rusty Bowers of Pine Street Market, Jenn Robbins of Avalon Catering, Thomas McKeown of The Grand Hyatt Buckhead, Sarah O'Brien of Little Tart Bakeshop, Suzi Sheffield of Beautiful Briny Sea, and Adam Waller of Bocado.
Tickets are available now at Brown Paper Tickets; $75 each or you can buy a table of 8 for $550. This event is sponsored by Country Financial and funds raised support Market programs including Wholesome Wave GA food stamp doubling, operating costs, children's programming, and healthy eating initiatives.
Slow Food ATL Ice Cream Social
June 20th from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m
Cathedral of St. Philip
Proceeds benefit the Atlanta Chapter of Slow Food International and the Peachtree Road Farmers Market
Buy your tickets now to taste the best frozen treats from Atlanta’s renowned local chefs and ambitious amateurs participating in the Ninth Annual Slow Food Ice Cream Social fundraiser! The event features nearly 30 delicious homemade ice cream and sorbet flavors made from fresh ingredients, and it’s a sell-out every year.
Participants include chefs from 4th & Swift, Community Smith, Beverly Jean Bakeshop, Burge Organic Farm, Castellucci Hospitality Group (Double Zero Napoletana, Sugo, The Iberian Pig, Cooks & Soldiers), Community Smith, Davio's, di Paolo, Empire State South, Five & Ten, King of Pops, Kyma, Lauren Raymond Biscuits, Novo Cucina, Osteria Mattone/Table & Main, PARISH, Pop Stars, Portofino, Queen of Cream, Seed Kitchen & Bar/Stem Wine Bar, Seven Lamps, Shake Shack, Southern Art, Sweet Auburn Barbecue, The General Muir, The Pinewood, The Ritz-Carlton Buckhead, The Spence, TRACE Restaurant, and more!
Purchase tickets online here. Tickets include a taste of each flavor and a ballot to vote on your faves; $15 for adults, $5 for children ages five to 10, and free for children under five. Don’t forget to please BYOS (bring your own spoon)!
- Jennifer Maley