Limited Media Tickets Available
Who: Detroit Chefs Randy Weed and Norman Valenti, who previously worked with local favorite Michael Symon’s ROAST, 2015 and 2016 James Beard semi-finalist; Partner & Executive Chef Andy Hollyday of Selden Standard; Chef Brad Ball of Michael Symon Group; Chef Matt Pietsch from Salt of the Earth; and 2011 award winning, Wine Spectator’s “World’s Best,” Master Sommelier Madeline Triffon; will all be onsite for questions and interviews.
What: Plum Market presents Gang of Six, a pop up dinner featuring five of region’s most talented Chefs and one Master Sommelier, each preparing a one-of-a-kind recipe for a six-course dinner, complete with a cocktail reception and thoughtfully-selected wine pairings.
Where: Plum Market West Bloomfield Lounge, 6565 Orchard Lake Rd, West Bloomfield Township, MI 48322.
When: October 14, 2016, 7pm Reception, 7:30pm Seating.
Why: Join chefs and guests of Plum Market for this one of a kind experience to enjoy a six course dinner of the Midwest’s best.
To cover the event please contact: Rachel Cannon, Plum Market PR: firstname.lastname@example.org | 248.706.1600 x159 | 248.229.3020 (c)
How: Tickets are available online at plummarket.com $150 each. Each ticket includes 5 course dinner and wine for the culinary event. Seating is limited.
For more information about the event visit: http://www.plummarket.com/gang-of-six-pop-up-dinner/
About Plum Market: Plum Market is your neighborhood grocer for Natural, Organic, Local, and Specialty items. The privately owned Michigan-based company operates full-service grocery stores in Chicago, Illinois; Bloomfield Township, Michigan; West Bloomfield, Michigan; and two stores in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Plum Market & Events serves Southeast Michigan and Metropolitan Detroit Region with all types of Catering and Events Productions. Please visit PlumMarket.com or like Plum Market on Facebook (Official Facebook Event).
About Forgotten Harvest: Plum Market partners with Forgotten Harvest to help cut food waste by donating over 5,000 pounds of food. Forgotten Harvest Farms is situated on 92 acres of land and since 2013, grown and harvested two million pounds of produce for metro Detroit families in need. Forgotten Harvest is dedicated to relieving hunger in metro Detroit with over 800 locations served.