James Beard House to host three Baltimore chefs

March 12, 2013|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

Three Baltimore chefs will make their James Beard House debuts on May 30 when they prepare a Chesapeake Bounty dinner for the James Beard Foundation.

The chefs, Chad Gauss (The Food Market), Cyrus Keefer (Birroteca) and Sajin Renae (Fork & Wrench), are behind three of the most popular and well-reviewed restaurant openings of 2012. The menu for the Chesapeake Bounty dinner has not been finalized.

The Chesapeake Bounty dinner is one of more than 200 culinary events open to the public that take place at the James Beard House in New York City throughout the year. An invitation to the Beard House in New York City is for chefs what the Grand Ole Opry is to country singers.

Tickets for the Chesapeake Bounty dinner are $170 for the general public. For information about tickets call 212-627-2308.

Founded in 1986, the James Beard Foundation was named for the celebrated author, educator and champion of American cuisine James Beard, who died in 1985.

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