Finale Edition of the Guest Chef Dinner Series Features Bo Bech with Fire & Ice
We are excited to announce the finale edition of The Granary’s 2018 Guest Chef Dinner Series on Thursday, September 6th. It is with great pleasure that we are hosting world renowned Chef Bo Bech from Copenhagen, for an exclusive one-night only event. The dinner will be guided by a “Fire and Ice” theme, Chef Bo Bech will collaborate with Chef Tim Rattray on a 6 course menu for this special evening.
The Granary ‘Cue & Brew has been hosting a summer Chef Collaboration Dinner Series with acclaimed chefs from various culinary backgrounds. Hosted by The Granary Chef and Owner Tim Rattray, the three-part dinner series has focused on collaborative menus with nationally and internationally ranked chefs, including John Tesar of Knife Dallas, BJ Dennis of Charleston, and acclaimed Chef Bo Bech of Geist in Copenhagen.
Bo Bech is an award winning chef. Well-known in his home country as the fiery TV host of Denmark’s answer to Kitchen Nightmares, Chef Bech is a trailblazer of the Copenhagen food scene, offering his own take on new Nordic cuisine. After working in the kitchens of Alain Passard (restaurant l’Arpege), Michel Roux (Le Gavaroche) and Marco Pierre White, he first made his name in Copenhagen at Restaurant Paustian, where he was awarded a coveted Michelin star. Bech then opened the acclaimed restaurant, Geist, in 2011. Chef Bech also released his first book in 2017, What Does Memory Taste Like?, a tribute that chronicles the evolution of his personal cuisine.
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Dinner to be served on Thursday, Sept 6th.
All Inclusive Tickets: $225 (includes meal, wine pairing, tax and gratuity)
ABOUT THE GRANARY ‘CUE AND BREW:
The Granary, located in the Pearl, offers guests a touch of Southern hospitality while presenting barbecue and craft beer in a new, yet familiar way by experimenting with the elements and flavors of smoke and live fire within cuisine. Tim remains true to his Texas roots with traditional American barbecue fare sliced and served to order in a market style along with house made seasonal sodas during the lunch service. During dinner service, The Granary transforms to offer composed plates which incorporate new and interesting flavors from various cultures brought together by the elements of smoke and live fire, which pair harmoniously with the craft beers brewed in house, an extensive tap selection and thoughtful wine list. The Granary is located at 602 Avenue A, San Antonio, TX. For more information please visit http://thegranarysa.com/.