Why? Emerging Chefs Fall Trio!

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Don’t fret that summer is winding down, because Emerging Chefs are keeping the heat on into the fall! There are a trio of fall events planned to delight your tastebuds!

First up is Midnight Brunch on Friday, August 31.

Midnight Brunch will take place at the brand new The Black Pig in Ohio City and feature the culinary talents of Chef Michael Nowak. The event begins at 11pm and will feature savory and sweet brunch treats at a late-night hour, as well as drink pairings and music. This is sure to be one event worth staying up past your bedtime for! Tickets are $65.

Next up in the trio is Harvest Moon on Saturday, September 29.

Harvest Moon will celebrate the early fall harvest with seasonal delicacies whipped up by Chef Ben Bebenroth of Spice Kitchen & Bar. Weather-permitting, the event will take place on Spice’s patio under the Gordon Square stars. Tickets are $75 and include drink pairings with the courses.

Finally, the last event of this trifecta: The Roaring Twenties on Sunday, October 28.

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Chef Steve Schimoler will set the stage at the gorgeous Crop Bistro & Bar for a culinary three-act play, happening throughout the restaurant. The acts: The Speakeasy (featuring period cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and jazz); The Vault (featuring a five-course period dinner); and The Night Cap (featuring aperitifs and cigarette girls). It’s sure to be a one-of-a-kind evening! The party starts at 6pm, dress is black die, and tickets are $175.

This fall, no matter what your taste buds call you to, there’s an Emerging Chefs event to satisfy that call. Or check out the entire trio!

***Disclosure: I was invited by Emerging Chefs to attend Midnight Brunch with a single media pass. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***

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