Euphoria’s 11th Food, Wine, and Music Festival Is Back This Month
Euphoria has once again partnered with Michelin North America for the one-night-only dinner that will bring some of the most talented chefs in the country to South Carolina for Euphoria’s 11th Food, Wine, and Music Festival, Sept. 22–25.
This highly anticipated four-day festival includes exclusive tasting events, intimate musical experiences, food truck rodeos, cooking demonstrations, wine seminars, as well as multi-course dinners and live music concerts.
Euphoria’s “Coast to Coast” Michelin dinner will be hosted at The Lazy Goat in downtown Greenville, South Carolina, with host chefs Michael Kramer, executive chef culinary operations of Table 301, and Steven Musolf, executive chef of The Lazy Goat.
Chef Curtis Duffy of Grace, a three-star Michelin restaurant in Chicago, will be joined by pastry chef Thomas Raquel of Le Bernardin, a three-star Michelin restaurant in New York City, for this special dinner event that will take place Sept. 24.
The talented Lionel Vatinet of La Farm Bakery in Cary, North Carolina — recognized by the James Beard Foundation as a semi-finalist for Outstanding Baker — will be baking his famed artisan breads made with local grain.
The unparalleled menu will include five courses with wine pairings. Dishes will include: hamachi with okra and apple; scallop with tamarind and flavors of licorice; duck with carrot and port wine; Miyazaki beef and aged grits; and for dessert, a coffee caramel crémeux with roasted almond mousse and bourbon froth.
Prior to the dinner, there will be screening of chef Curtis Duffy’s award-winning film For Grace, a documentary about one of the country’s most renowned chefs as he builds his dream restaurant during one of the most challenging times in his personal life.
For reservations and more information, click here.
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