More than 50 of the world’s top culinary talents will come together in Palm Beach for a week to celebrate the art of preparing and enjoying food and drink. World-renowned chefs including Ted Allen, Todd English and Christina Tosi will make appearances and share their expertise.
Master chef Daniel Boulud is hosting the opening event, Daniel & Friends, on Dec. 13 at Café Boulud. He and his team will prepare hors d’oeuvres and cocktails for guests to kick off the week’s activities.
Other highlights of the festival include the sold-out Chillin’ N’ Grillin’ pool party at the Four Seasons with a host of celebrity chefs, as well as “An Evening in the Garden of Good and Evil” at The Breakers, both on Dec. 14.
The festival concludes on Dec. 17 with the Grand Tasting at 150 Worth. Hundreds of stylish guests will sip and savor while mingling in the two-floor oceanside courtyard. The evening concludes with the 4th Annual Grand Chef Throwdown and it’s sure to be one to remember.
Not only is it the foremost social and culinary happening in Palm Beach, but the festival also maintains the largest charity component of any event in the season with net revenues funding the Chefs Dish Back charity. Who knew schmoozing over delicious cuisine and libations would be so beneficial?