Are you someone that wants to be the first in the know? Well, this event is for you! Participating chefs are THE up-and-comers of Charleston!
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Chef Jonathan I. M. Kaldas was born and raised in Summerville, SC. He is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of Charleston. While at the CIC, Jonathan spent the majority of his time involved with the culinary competition team for the Greater Charleston Chapter of the American Culinary Federation. While on the team Jonathan won a Bronze medal in a regional competition as well as a Silver medal on the state level. His internship was spent at Biltmore Estates in Asheville, NC. He spent over 3 years at the Carolina’s only 5 Star 5 Diamond, both inn and restaurant, Woodlands Inn. The last 13 months, before being sold to a private owner, was spent at the helm as Chef of The Dining Room At Woodlands Inn. Currently Chef Jonathan Kaldas is the Executive Chef and Food and Beverage Manager of The Meeting Room Restaurant and Tapas Bar at 425 Meeting Street, Charleston, SC.
Chef Jordan Moore
In September of 2013 Jordan Moore stepped into his first Executive Chef role at Burwell's Stone Fire Grill. Having never worked in a steakhouse he would come into another world as he is versed in only the finest of Charleston's fine dining restaurants; having worked at (the now closed) Woodlands Resort and Inn, McCrady's, and most recently Tristan. Jordan brings a very descriptive talent and keen eye to the Burwell's current staff and guest's tastes.
Graduating in 2006 Jordan almost instantly landed as line cook position at The Woodlands Resort and Inn which was the southeast's only Five Star and Five Diamond rated Hotel & Restaurant. He was trained under the guidance of the former chef's Tarver King (Restaurant at Patowmack Farm) and Nathan Whiting (Tristan) with great patience and attention to detail, these are the workings which Jordan Moore brings to Burwell's. He also has additional experiences having worked a short time for Sean Brock at McCrady's and having helped Tristan owners open and run Ms. Rose's (West Ashley) for a year.
Even though Jordan's past experiences revolve "outside the steak" he has taken the steakhouse concept with open arms as a new task and experience to learn and master. He indulges in using local ingredients as well as foraging his own when possible. Derived from Charleston's "best of the best" he seeks to push Burwell's away from the run of the mill steakhouse to uphold some sense of individuality and uniqueness to keep guests coming back for the same excellent yet different experience they seek in restaurants.
Born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, I attended Ashley RiverCreative Arts Elementary School followed by School of the Arts Middle and High School where I majored in Theatre Arts. From school and my parents focusing me on an array of arts such as: Dance, Visual Arts, Music (Saxophone and Piano), there was no doubt that Culinary Arts would soon find me.
Within one semester of education at the Culinary Institute of Charleston atTrident Technical College, I landed my first position at Oak Steakhouse when it first opened. Being considerably green compared to the other cooks there, with a drive and a passion to learn, I quickly took fascination with desserts. This was what I wanted to do. From Oak Steakhouse I continued to learn and appreciate cooking and baking at other local restaurants such as Tristan, Rococo German Bakery, Chai's Tapas and Lounge, Social Restaurant and Wine Bar, and now currently Executive Pastry Chef of Burwell's Stone Fire Grill.
With a style that I consider Neo-Classical and interest with other cultures around the world, I love to offer guest an experience with imagination and with the thought that what is old is new. I firmly believe that in order for something to be "Art," it has to please one of the five main senses. Food easily pleases all.
Charleston’s first underground supper club, Guerrilla Cuisine, is partnering with a local chef to bring you the best meal for a rock'n price!
Now is your chance for fine cuisine, great music, and the best of Charleston art!!!
Charleston’s up-and-coming chefs will be serving a multi-course dinner at a top secret location in Charleston which will be emailed to guest prior to the event.
Not only is this a premier multi-course dinner; but a top-notch networking event supporting an incredible cause. Feel free to invite more people, we want everyone to experience this unique event.
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A limited number of tickets are available. These dinners always sell out quickly so reserve your tickets today!
Tickets are $60.00 per person. so if you're into eating well and not afraid to try something totally new, come out and join us! Please remember to tip your severs!
Food will be on the table at 6:00pm so arriving early is advised. You may begin checking in at 5:30.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO CHECK YOUR JUNK MAIL FOLDER IF YOU BUY TICKETS AS THE LOCATION INFO IS ANNOUNCED WITH EVENTBRITE.
Because Guerrilla Cuisine is an underground dining experience, they have some excellent locations for upcoming events. If you would like to host a dinner, please let them know. As a host, you will receive 2 tickets for the use of the space.
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