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Published on : Tuesday, May 17, 2016
This June, Chef Wolfgang Puck will celebrate 10 years of his first steak restaurant, CUT by Wolfgang Puck located in the Beverly Wilshire, A Four Seasons Hotel, in Beverly Hills. The empire has quickly grown to five, soon-to-be seven locations across the globe including Las Vegas, London, Singapore, Bahrain, New York City and Doha. Wolfgang, Executive Chef/partner Lee Hefter and Head Chef Ari Rosenson wanted to celebrate this milestone by not only giving back to the community in which they got their start, but also commemorating members of the hospitality industry who continue to make an impact on the local and national culinary scene.
On Friday, June 3, 2016 the team will welcome a talented group of chefs into the CUT kitchen for a collaborative, one-night-only five course dinner. In addition to Wolfgang and Chef Rosenson, the lineup of chefs cooking that evening include: The LocoL Watts team with Daniel Patterson , Evan Funke , David LeFevre and Della Gossett, executive pastry chef of Spago Beverly Hills.
With the rising number of homeless and hungry people living on the streets in Los Angeles, a portion of the evening’s ticket sales will benefit two local organisations that are actively working to help put an end to these issues. These organisations include Chefs to End Hunger, which collects salvageable prepared foods from restaurants, hotels and other food-service operations and delivers them to food banks across the city; and the Greater West Hollywood Food Coalition (GWHFC), a mobile meal centre stationed at the corner of Sycamore and Romaine, which feeds more than 150 homeless and hungry people daily.
The evening will also feature a silent auction benefiting both organisations. Among the many items up for bid include signed collector’s edition books and a framed print from acclaimed photographer Martin Schoeller, a close friend of the Wolfgang Puck family. Schoeller has partnered with the GWHFC via his popular Instagram feed @martinschoeller, which currently features portraits of several GWHFC clients, to help raise funds for a piece of land to build a brick and mortar location to better serve those in need.
Source:- Four Seasons