Since the downtown momofuku restaurants are out of commission in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, they will join forces with the team at Café Boulud + Surrey Hotel to bring momofuku uptown and help to those in need.
Proceeds from the six-course dinner with beverage pairings and cocktails from momofuku's john debary, will go to the American Red Cross, on the front lines bringing aid to those in the Tri-State area.
This one-of-a-kind meal will feature dishes from Gavin Kaysen (Café Boulud), Sean Gray (momofuku ko) + Matt Rudofker (momofuku ssäm bar).
Friday, November 2, 2012
6:30 PM: cocktails & canapés
7:30 PM: seated dinner
Tickets: $495/person all-inclusive
(six courses, wines, tax and gratuity)
20 East 76th Street (betw. Fifth/Madison Aves)
For additional donations to help the Red Cross provide shelter, food, emotional support and other assistance to those affected by disasters like Hurricane Sandy, visit www.redcross.org, call 1-800-RED-CROSS, or text the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation
When & Where
Café Boulud New York
20 East 76th Street
Café Boulud has a fresh new look unveiled in the fall of 2010. The restaurant’s menu is inspired by Daniel Boulud’s four culinary muses: la tradition, classic French “cuisine; la saison, seasonal delicacies; le potager, the vegetable garden; and le voyage, flavors of world cuisines. Behind the stove is talented Chef Gavin Kaysen, a Food & Wine Magazine “Best New Chef” and James Beard “Rising Star Chef” award winner. Having earned three stars in the New York Times as well as a star in the Michelin Guide, Café Boulud is both a destination and a neighborhood gem for casually elegant dining, seasonal wine tasting dinners and Sunday brunch. Two salons privés seat 18 guests each for lunch and dinner events.