'Chef’s Table' Star and James Beard Winner Host an Exclusive Hudson Valley Dinner

Get a taste of the Netflix series in real life at this six-course event at Fish & Game in Hudson.


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Watching an episode of the Netflix award-winning series Chef’s Table gives you a first-hand glimpse into the greatest restaurants across the globe. The chefs are artists and the meals they concoct are their masterpieces.

Will Goldfarb is an artist. The famed pastry chef, whose roots lie in Port Washington, New York, appeared on Chef’s Table: Pastry to showcase his passion for the sweeter side of the foodie spectrum. Although he currently calls Bali, Indonesia home, he makes a special return to New York this month to promote his new book, Room for Dessert, and collaborate on a dinner that will leave Hudson Valley diners speechless.

 

Photo courtesy of Fish & Game

 

On Friday, May 11, Goldfarb teams up with James Beard award-winning restaurant Fish & Game in Hudson to host a six-course tasting menu that delights eaters with both savory and sweet samplings. Fish & Game chef Zakary Pelaccio, who won the 2016 James Beard award for “Best Chef Northeast,” will oversee the three savory courses while Goldfarb prepares the three dessert plates.

Tickets to the dinner cost $95 per person before tax, gratuity, and an optional wine pairing. All attendees will receive a copy of Goldfarb’s book for continued browsing after the evening ends. Reservations are required and can be placed through Resy and the restaurant’s website. Anyone with dietary restrictions can notify the restaurant beforehand for accommodations.

Although the menu has not yet been announced, expect only the best from the James Beard-nominated chef and his Hudson Valley collaborators. If the Chef’s Table episode is any indication of the culinary extraordinaire’s talent, this dinner will be one for the books.


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