Several fantastic Triangle-area chefs have stepped up to participate in a culinary competition to be held in February and March to benefit the Lucy Daniels Center while delighting local diners. The chefs are competing to win a restored 1969 Corvette Stingray.
Chef Teddy Klopf of the upcoming Provenance Restaurant in Downtown Raleigh is participating in Old Milburnie Farm’s Fall Dining Series, and his day is Sunday, October 18! Chef Teddy Klopf will bring his unique culinary vision to this farm dinner. Klopf is the executive chef and co-owner of Provenance which is slated to open at
Chef Michael Lee of Sono and Durham’s much-anticipated “M” hosts Teddy Klopf of downtown Raleigh’s newest addition, Provenance, on Sunday, September 20th, at 6 pm. Together, they will present a Kaiseke format tasting menu, which celebrates and explores the flavors of the season through the finest, freshest seafood, produce, and local producers. Tickets are $120
Independent restaurants partner to offer culinary treat to diners, as well as education about local farms and providers Raleigh, NC – Offering a diverse taste of Downtown Raleigh restaurants and featuring local-area farms, four foodie favorites are partnering to form a recurring pop-up series known as Co-Lab Kitchen and will host an inaugural Collaborative NC