Monday, November 9, 2009

Women Chefs Team Up for Wednesday's Tuscan Dinner at Luce

Posted By on Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 11:26 AM

click to enlarge Crenn: Working the dining room. - DOMINIQUECRENN.COM
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  • Crenn: Working the dining room.
On Wednesday, two Michelin-starred chefs are teaming up for a six-course Tuscan dinner at Luce in the InterContinental Hotel (888 Howard at Fifth St.). Luce chef Dominique Crenn is collaborating with Donatella Zampoli, exec chef for the wine estates of Marchesi de' Frescobaldi. Dinners' served from 5:30 p.m. on, though it's not an affair with formal seatings, but rather a drop-in-and-eat-when-you-like dealio. Menu highlights include duck breast with Parmesan risotto and gnocchi with bone marrow and lobster.

The two chefs are friends, and plan to be in the dining room for co-shmoozing. Dinner is $75 -- $105 with wine pairings from Frescobaldi. A portion of the sales benefit CUESA. For rezzies, call 616-6566, or reserve at Open Table.

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