While many chefs continue to chase down the latest trend in vegetables, Angie Mar of NYC's Beatrice Inn is sticking to what she knows best: transforming a cut of meat into a primal, elaborate feast. Mar, who approaches curating beef like a sommelier does fine wine, worked under some of the world's best chefs and butchers before transforming her West Village chophouse into a place The New York Times calls "one of the most celebratory restaurants in the city."
So who better to call upon to help us break in our brand-new event space in Soho? Get tickets ($175 a person) for our guest chef dinner with Angie Mar on June 26 at The Commons by Tasting Table, and experience firsthand this award-winning chef's mastery over whole-animal cooking.
You'll start with passed bites that will take you to The Beatrice Inn (without having to fight for the reservation): pan con tomate with black anchovies, garlic confit and duck fat; a savory cherry tart with goat cheese; and house-made charcuterie with huckleberry conserva. You'll then sit down to the main event: a succulent piece of dry-aged prime rib with cherry and bone marrow Bordelaise, buttered peas with black truffles and an anchovy salad. You'll then have time to participate in a Q&A session with Mar as you crack into a bone marrow and bourbon crème brûlée.
Get your tickets now for this one-night-only dinner.
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