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Tricentennial Culinary Exchange

  • 310 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70130
  • 310 Chartres St., New Orleans, LA 70130
  • 310 Chartres St.
    New Orleans, LA 70130
  • Presented By: 2018 NOLA Foundation and the City of San Antonio's Office of Historic Preservation
  • Dates: 11/27/2018
  • Location: SoBou
  • Time: 6:00 PM
  • Price: $175-$300

Celebrate 300 Years of rich culinary legacy.

Both New Orleans and San Antoino are celebrating their Tricentennial in 2018. Both cities have a deep appreciation for their history, culture and food. In honor of this, the cities have partnered to present a culinary exchange. The exchange will highlight the high-quality food scene and culinary heritage in both cities.  Three leading New Orleans chefs and three leading San Antonio chefs will partner to showcase what they do best.

For New Orleans, Juan Carlos Gonzalez of Sobou will host, with Michael Gulotta from Maypop and Mopho and Will Avelar from Meril.

From San Antonio, Jason Dady of Tre Tratorria at the Museum will host, with Jeff Balfour from Southerleigh and Cariño Cortez from La Familia Cortez Restaurants. 

All chefs will partner to create a night of culinary delight in both cities. A cocktail reception will feature hors d'oeuvres by local chefs, while the dinner, served family style, will feature a total of 6 courses from visiting chefs. 

In New Orleans, the night will take place at SoBou restaurant on November 27th. The cocktail reception will begin at 6:00pm and the dinner at 7:30pm.

In San Antonio, the night will take place on December 3rd. The cocktail hour will be at the San Antonio Museum of Art and dinner at Tre.

Attend one dinner for $175, or both for $300. Cocktails and wine included. Tickets go on sale November 7th. 

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