Chef Joel Viehland will be presenting his wildly local cuisine at Millwright's on Oct. 15 @ 6 p.m. Likewise, Millwright's will be hosting a dinner at Community Table in the same style on Nov. 11th. Both events will include 6 courses and a selection of wines to accompany.
These are two of the most talemted chefs working in CT and these dinners should be outstanding.
Call to reserve your seat. $90 plus tax & gratuity.
About Community Table:
Chef Joel Viehland has studied an array of techniques and styles under some of the best chefs in the world. Following his education at Johnson and Wales, he moved to New York City to hone his career skills. In New Orleans, what he considers to be "the soul of America," he gained valuable management skills as sous chef to Emeril Lagasse. He then studied abroad at Noma in Copenhagen, a small, two-star Michelin restaurant that is consistently rated as one of the best restaurants in the world. Upon returning to the States, he was approached by an old NYC acquaintance about putting his well-honed skills to use for a very special project called The Community Table.
The Community Table’s philosophy is rooted in a profound respect for nature and its seasons. Their restaurant is sustainably conceived, designed and operated. The cuisine is light and healthy, but bold and natural in feel and flavor. It is for the community of Connecticut and they strive to make it available to all. At Community Table, the approach to cuisine is rooted in timeless cooking techniques and methods of preserving foods. They believe that cooking seasonally and only with food gathered from the surrounding environment is their method and responsibility.
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