Chefs David Kinch & Daniel Patterson Talk About How They're Reinventing California Cuisine
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The last date listed for Reinventing California Cuisine With Chefs David Kinch of Manresa & Daniel Patterson of Coi was Wednesday October 30, 2013 / 7:00pm.
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Jazz historian Mark Cantor pulls from his vast collection of more than 2,500 music-related movie clips for this screening series, titled Giants of Jazz on Film. He'll be on hand to introduce and discuss rare archival footage of Golden Age jazz legends ranging from Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald to Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman and many, many more. Each evening revolves around a different theme, from clips captured at the famed Cotton Club to a look at Broadway and Hollywood's influence on jazz, and includes a light buffet and wine. Please see the full event description for the upcoming lineup. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
“There’s a reason Kinch is considered a minor deity by the best chefs in Europe. It’s time Americans caught on.” —Bon Appétit
“No other restaurant in the Bay Area encapsulates such a sense of place as Coi.” —San Francisco Chronicle
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