ticker tape: what to do after the super bowl hangover
→Super Bowl fans might not have anything left in the tank after whooping it up Sunday night, but since we know not everyone is on board with the big game, we’ve got a few other to-dos to keep you eating and drinking like a champ. First up, The Big Four Collaboration: A 4-part chef collaboration series happening now through April.
Monday, Feb. 4th is the second kitchen rotation for Chris Kearse of Will BYOB, Lee Styer of Fond, Nick Elmi of Rittenhouse Tavern and Lacroix’s Jon Cichon, who kicked off the series last month at Will BYOB. Monday’s culinary orgy will take place at Rittenhouse Tavern. With 8 courses to get through, you might want to up the effort at the gym this weekend. To learn more visit Rittenhouse Tavern. The cost is $100.
Also on Monday; World Cafe Live’s Grilled Cheese and Craft Beer tasting featuring Great Lakes Brewing Company. Sip on Pumpkin Ale, Dortmunder Gold, Burning River pale Ale and a few other tasty brews, while nibbling on equally hopped up combinations of locally sourced cheese and bread. Now if only we could get a beautiful snowstorm to add to all that comfort food magic… Here’s the link.
On Wednesday, Feb. 6th, Yards Brewery and Ela are hosting a beer tasting dinner. We can’t guaranteed that there are still reservations, but we can guarantee that your taste buds will be wowed IF you do score a seat. We started drooling immediately at the sound of hand-cut tagliatelle with creamy foie gras, followed by pork belly and striped bass dressed up with black trumpet mushrooms, huckleberry and braised red cabbage. Of course, we’d be just as content to skip the first 3 courses and dip our forks (and spoons) right into dessert.There’s your reason to click here for the full scoop.