Another reason is how Chef Jeff Jarrett and his team demonstrate their dedication to local, green food. In addition to working with regional farmers and artisans to gather natural, farm-fresh ingredients, AMP 150 harvests ingredients from the hotel’s garden.
To celebrate the arrival of Spring and the replanting of their garden, AMP 150 is partnering with Emerging Chefs to present a Garden Party on Wednesday, April 18 from 6-9pm at 4277 West 150th Street.
Chef Jarrett has demonstrated a passion for farm-to-table dining for over 15 years in his restaurants. Every time you sit down for a meal at AMP 150, each dish – from the mushroom bisque to the rabbit or braised lamb – exemplifies this commitment through its flavor, freshness and innovation. He’s the perfect chef for a Spring-centric Emerging Chefs dinner.
With everything that’s been going on over the last few months, it’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to get to an Emerging Chefs event. However, when I read that their Garden Party would spotlight AMP 150 and Chef Jarrett, it was a not-miss.
Tickets for Emerging Chefs’ Garden Party are $65 for General Admission, $75 for the Chef’s Table. All tickets can be purchased at: emergingchefs2012-2.eventbrite.com.
And save the date now for the next Emerging Chefs dinner on May 24th – a Snout to Tail pig feast with Washington Place Bistro’s Chef Melissa Khoury and a special guest chef.
Disclosure: I was invited to attend Emerging Chefs’ Garden Party at AMP 150 but the events I choose to share and my opinions of them are 100% my own.