Carriage House’s Mark Steuer to Bring the Low Country to New York’s City Grit
Chicago chef Mark Steuer has been touted as "the Low Country’s culinary ambassador to Chicago" thanks to his wildly successful restaurant, Carriage House. The chef, who hails from Charleston, S.C., has been serving his unique interpretation of cuisine that he grew up eating, and his modern take on soul food has earned him accolades such as a four-star review from Time Out Chicago. His dish of rice balls with pimento cheese is a standout, and was noted in Eater’s Pimento Cheese Awareness Month in November 2012.
Carriage House is one of the hottest restaurants in Chicago, and on April 17, chef Steuer will be heading down to New York’s quirky "culinary salon" City Grit to introduce his unique brand of cuisine to the city.
The five-course meal will feature some of the signature dishes from the chef’s Chicago menu, and is a one-time-only dinner. Tickets cost $75, and can be purchased here. It’s always a treat when a chef from out of town comes to showcase his skills, and this meal is primed to be particularly noteworthy.
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