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Join your friends to celebrate creative inspiration of area executive chefs in the culinary arts and support the
vision of the Minnesota Children’s Museum Rochester for this adults only event, because Kids play more, Adults do too!
This event is a fresh twist on a beloved community event that has been built on the importance of supporting youth in our community and ensuring the support of families in SE Minnesota in a fun environment. Reserve your seats now to taste some creations from the most well-known names in our restaurant community and
support families in Southeastern Minnesota.
Featured chefs from:
The Loop Rochester
Five West Kitchen + Bar
Rochester Golf & Country Club
Rochester Event Center
Bleu Duck Kitchen
Somerby Golf Club
Grand Rounds Brewing Company & Restaurant
Four Daughters Vineyard & Winery
Chester’s Kitchen & Bar
Terza & La Vetta
This year’s event is designed around the concept of Family & Food. Food traditions run parallel with family traditions. This year’s event invites our executive chefs to use their family recipes as an inspiration for their dishes. After all, the experiences we have as children create the adults that we become and this event is a
perfect illustration of the impact that places like a children’s museum can create for our future.
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