Farm-to-Table Dinner with Chef David Bouley and Ray Bradley

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What: Farm-to-Table Dinner with Chef David Bouley and Ray Bradley

Where:  David Bouley Test Kitchen, 88 West Broadway, 5th Floor

When: Wednesday, March 28 – 6:30pm reception, 7pm dinner

How much: $205/person, plus $75/person for the optional wine pairing (includes a welcome aperitif during the reception); prices include tax and service. Reservations are required. Buy tickets.

Ray Bradley and David Bouley Bouley and Bradley are childhood friends who worked together in the ’80s building the original Bouley restaurant (see photo at left). Attendees can expect some kitchen theater, with the open kitchen setting offering a full view of culinary genius in action. And of course, a bounty of food will come out of that kitchen all night long: the four-course meal will use proteins and produce from Bradley Farm in New Paltz, fresh day-boat fish from the Cape and a selection of spring’s early harvest. Dessert will be served with organic Costa Rican coffee from the Finca Rosa Blanca Coffee Plantation and Inn, a nod to Bradley’s stint overseeing the kitchen at a friend’s Costa Rican bed and breakfast.

This is likely to be a popular event, so buy your tickets soon!

Photo of Ray Bradley’s popular garlic at the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket by Flickr user sawad. Photo of Bradley and Bouley courtesy of Bradley Farm.

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