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It’s All Good: A Dinner Party 

Upon entering the dinner party, you are greeted by the beauty and grandeur of the lobby. The decor is artfully crafted to create a sense of what only can be described as the chicest form of fun. The party commenced with a steady flow of music, drinks, and conversation.

Upon entering the dinner party, you are greeted by the beauty and grandeur of the lobby. The decor is artfully crafted to create a sense of what only can be described as the chicest form of fun. The party commenced with a steady flow of music, drinks, and conversation.

 

“Confident coming in didn’t know what to expect but hopeful my passion and integrity and detail would carry over into your tastebuds”- Chef Prep

The four course meal was just as amusing to the mouth as the conversation was to the mind. The workings of Chef Prep stole the show. The meal began with an avocado, tomato, and cucumber ribbons accompanied by a citrus dressing and a sprinkle of feta. An appetizer of either a scallop or potato served on a bed of pea purée with bacon followed.


The chef dazzled all the guest with the main dish. The entree consisted of the the choice of chicken or salmon. An olive sauce with capers, cherry tomatoes, spinach and mushrooms accentuated the plate.

“Casual and chic and intimate” – Natalie Sager


The final stop was a carefully sculpted whiskey poached pear with a scoop of French vanilla ice cream served with chocolate sauce and peanuts. After the courses ceased, much to the guests disappointment, people relaxed and enjoyed the rest of their evening. The event feed the soul just as much as it did the stomach.

“Confident coming in didn’t know what to expect but hopeful my passion and integrity and detail would carry over into your tastebuds”- Chef Prep


It’s All Good: A Dinner Party was co-hosted by D.I.M Events & PARRELL. For more information on the next on keep up with them here.

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