THE OLD ARCANA HOSTS JAMES BEARD AWARD NOMINATED CHEF FOR COLLABORATIVE 10-COURSE CHARITY DINNER
On August 13th, The Old Arcana will play host to Chef Alan Sternberg, 2016 James Beard Award Rising Star Chef Semifinalist and Executive Chef at Cerulean Indianapolis on his first stop in his exploration of the midwest. Chef Sternberg will be visiting local farms and purveyors as he gathers research for his upcoming cookbook.
The celebratory product of his journey through Darke County will be a 10-course collaborative dinner with Chef Jeff Besecker of The Old Arcana and Guest Chef Aimee Saling from Four Points by Sheraton Cincinnati North.
The evening’s menu will utilize fresh produce and meats of the season from local Miami Valley farms in creative and elevated presentations. Familiar farm favorites like sweet corn, peas, squash and watermelon will be paired with Ohio beef, fish, ofal and cheeses in unique combinations that highlight the bounty of the summer season.
A portion of the proceeds from this spectacular celebration of local foods will benefit a local charity. For the complete menu and to purchase tickets for this “must attend” local foodie event, visit their eventbright page at: https://sternbergarcana.eventbrite.com/
About The Old Arcana:
A 38 seat restaurant hidden away in a quaint Ohio village surrounded by fertile land and family farms, The Old Arcana serves freshly prepared food from scratch in a charming, historic environment. The Ivy & Esther Room, located on the second floor of The Old Arcana, is a 125-seat venue for “Public Happening and Events” of all kinds. The Old Arcana also offers full service event planning and catering services for personal and corporate events.
About Cerulean Indianapolis:
Contemporary Cuisine, Hoosier Sensibility: Cerulean is about more than food. Every aspect of our restaurant is designed to bring people together. We are dedicated to serving the best food and drink in the most relaxing atmosphere possible, all so that people will gather together and make community happen. www.ceruleanrestaurant.com/indianapolis/
Leslie Handshoe-Suter, Small Town Growth Group