The King's Thursday Dinner
Thursday, November 14, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CST)
TASTE OF CHICAGO SISTER CITIES: WARSAW
Celebratingthe Independence Day of the Republic of Poland
November 14th , 2013
Sheridan Shore Yacht Club
20 Harbor Drive, Wilmette, Illinois
Cocktails: 6:00 p.m. ~ Dinner: 7:00 p.m.
Please join us for a culinary extravaganza showcasing celebrity chefs
from Poland and Chicago, featuring Gourmet Cuisine and Wine Pairing.
Chicago Sister Cities International – Warsaw Committee, in partnership with Poland’s Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, is pleased to host this unique not-for-profit event tributing Poland’s historic “Thursday Dinners” by Poland’s last ruling monarch, King Stanisław Poniatowski and his guests including prominent politicians, thinkers, artists and writers of his time.
About the Chefs:
Chef Artur Moroz is the Owner and Executive Chef of Bulaj an acclaimed restaurant on Poland’s
Baltic coast. His award-‐winning cuisine reflects old-‐world culinary history of Poland, many of
which traditions have been lost.
On November 11th, Chef Moroz presents an exclusive menu for the President of Poland and his
esteemed guests during the Polish Independence Day celebration at the Royal Castle in Warsaw;
after which he will travel to Chicago to take part in this unique culinary event.
Chef Mark Grosz is the Owner and Executive Chef of Oceanique an eclectic seafood restaurant in the French-‐American style in Evanston, Illinois.
Since 1993, Oceanique has been ranked as the # 1 seafood restaurant in the Chicago area by the prestigious Zagat Guide.
Oceanique has also won Wine Spectator Magazine's coveted "Best of Award of Excellence" every year since 1994, recognized as having one of the 750 best wine lists in the world.
For questions, and to pay by check, please call 312-201-4530
When & Where
The Warsaw Committee of Chicago Sister Cities International
Warsaw, Poland has been a Chicago Sister City since 1960. Chicago Sister Cities International, a division of World Business Chicago, provides leadership to develop, manage and coordinate comprehensive programs and projects with Chicago’s sister cities. It aims to increase international trade, promote economic development and support exchanges in the fields of arts and culture, education, health, social services, environment and technology with its 28 sister cities for the benefit of the City of Chicago, its residents and businesses. www.chicagosistercities.com