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By webadmin | January 21 2011
New York, New York – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle Magazine
From April 7 to 10, Michelin Food & Travel is serving up a decadent Michelin-starred event in New York City that gourmands the world over won’t want to miss. From Thursday evening through Sunday brunch, you’ll be wined and dined by the city’s culinary masters and rising stars. The weekend promises divine dinners, lush soirées, private shopping and hands-on cooking, as well as accommodation at an Upper East Side classic: The Surrey Hotel.
You’ll start the weekend in style at Petrossian, premier purveyor of Russian caviar, where a lavish champagne and caviar tasting awaits on Thursday evening.
Friday morning, rise to a sampling of French Easter savories and pastries by François Payard served at a private shopping event at Vera Wang’s SoHo boutique. Next, enter the magic of David Bouley’s “culinary laboratory,” where some of the secrets of multi-Michelin-starred cuisine will be revealed through interactive cooking and tasting. Friday night’s delight is a private tasting dinner with expert wine pairings at Le Bernardin, a three-Michelin-star masterpiece by chef Eric Ripert.
Experience Union Square’s renowned farmers’ market on Saturday morning, through the eyes of Dan Kluger, executive chef at Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s new ABC Kitchen. Follow Kluger back to his restaurant, where he’ll personally prepare your meal using fresh, local ingredients. Saturday night’s showstopper begins with drinks at Marea’s famed raw bar, followed by a veritable feast with James Beard award winner and Michelin-starred chef Michael White at his celebrated Ai Fiori restaurant.
A weekend in New York wouldn’t be complete without a hearty Sunday brunch, and yours will be an all-imported Italian smorgasbord at SD26.
Pricing for the weekend begins at $5,940, including accommodations. For more information, please visit www.michelinfoodandtravel.com.