Top Dallas chefs cook dinner for charity benefiting special-needs kids at “An Evening with Bryan’s House” fundraiser, according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say,
“If eight of Dallas’ best chefs were all in the same kitchen, cooking dinner for a good cause, would you pay $500 for a seat?
An Evening with Bryan’s House is a first-year fundraiser in Oak Cliff organized by Dallas chef Peja Krstic of Mot Hai Ba. He’s asked seven of his friends to make their best plates, and funds will go toward Dallas nonprofit Bryan’s House, which has a mission of helping special-needs kids and their families with education, therapy and medical care. Bryan’s House serves seven counties in and around Dallas, but nearly 92% of its funding goes to families in Dallas County, according to the nonprofit’s latest annual report.”
While the ticket price is steep, the event promises a unique culinary experience from talented chefs in one location. The charitable cause justifies the cost, according to an Advocate article. Here’s a brief introduction to each chef.
- Peja Krstic: Chef of Mot Hai Ba, The Standard Pour
- Junior Borges: Executive chef at Meridian Restaurant
- Bruno Davallion: Michelin-lauded chef, mentor, chef partner
- Omar Flores: Whistle Britches founder, Casa Rubia chef
- Matt McCallister: Founder of Homewood, James Beard semifinalist
- Regino Rojas: Revolver Taco’s chef, taco empire builder
- John Tesar: Executive chef and partner at Knife Dallas
- Diana Zamora: Cry Wolf pastry chef, Nena Postreria owner-to-be
An Evening at Bryan’s House, a charity dinner featuring Dallas’ top chefs, is on March 30 at The Mason, with 40 tickets left at $500 each.
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