Chefs Week New York City 2010

by Mark

Don’t miss the first annual 2010 Chefs Week New York City. Monday, Sept 20 through Wednesday, Sept 22

It’s September: time for the International Chefs Congress and the New York Rising Stars Revue! But why pass up the potential to completely overrun the Big Apple with chefs in whites? There is a colossal wealth of opportunity for chefs to convene over the course of the week. Here at, we feel it’s our duty to put out the APB: “Calling All Chefs and Wannabes! This Is Your Week!”

Join industry insiders and culinary icons during this week-long celebration of chefs. At 2010 ChefsWeek New York City, food and beverage professionals crowd together in America’s culinary capital from across the city, the country and the globe, to chart the future of the edible landscape. This is an opportunity for forward-thinkers in food to powwow with their peers, all over this tremendous city, for one week full of non-stop events.

For the first time, 50 consumer passes available to the public!
ICC is a three-day culinary symposium where more than 70 of the world’s most influential and innovative chefs, pastry chefs, mixologists, and sommeliers present the latest techniques and culinary concepts to their peers. Rub elbows with Thomas Keller (The French Laundry), Albert Adria (Inopia Classic Bar), Tom Aikens (Tom Aikens Restaurant ), Dan Barber (Blue Hill), Martin Berasategui (Martin Berasategui), Dale DeGroff (Museum of the American Cocktail), Elizabeth Falkner (Orson), Dan Hunter (Royal Mail), David Kinch (Manresa), Geoff Kruth (The Farmhouse Inn and Restaurant), Johnny Iuzzini (Jean Georges), Normand Laprise (Toqué),Richard Melman (Lettuce Entertain You), Rick Moonen (rm Seafood), Charlie Palmer (Aureole), Michael Ruhlman (, Marcus Samuelsson (Red Rooster), Mindy Segal (Hot Chocolate), Bryan and Michael Voltaggio (VOLT & formerly of The Dining Room at the Langham) and many, many more. This year, introduces the First Annual Pastry Competition and Somm Slam!


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