Harvest Dinner with Chef Adriana Urbina - World Tour 2019

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Harvest Dinner with Chef Adriana Urbina - World Tour 2019

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To celebrate the upcoming harvest, we’re thrilled to announce that Hazelfern is re-uniting with one of New York City’s hottest chefs and 3-Time Food Network “Chopped” Grand Champion, Adriana Urbina, for this year’s harvest dinner in the barn!
 
Chef Adriana will bring her Venezuelan inspired pop-up - Tepuy - to the Hazelfern barn for one night only as part of her 2019 World Tour. Please join us on Saturday, September 7th, for this extremely special food and wine experience. Our 2017 harvest dinner with Chef Adriana is still one of our most talked about events and we can’t wait for this year’s dinner!!

The dinner will start on the back patio with a happy hour @ 6:00 featuring wines and passed appetizers. We’ll then move into the barn @ 7:00 for a family style harvest meal with wine pairings followed by dessert at the farm table.
 
Ticket price is $150/seat ($125 for Friends & Family Club) which includes all food, wine, and gratuity. Seating is limited.
 
DATE:  Saturday, September 7th
TIME:  6:00 Happy Hour, 7:00 Dinner
TICKET PRICE:  $150 ($125 for Friends & Family Club)

ABOUT CHEF ADRIANA URBINA:  Adriana was born in Caracas, Venezuela into a family of architects and artists. Combining her natural eye for design and personal passion for all things food, she decided to pursue a culinary career. She refined her talents at top international culinary programs including L'Ecole de Cuisine Alain Ducasse in France and Sumito Estévez’s Instituto Culinario Caracas in Venezuela, before serving as an apprentice at Spain’s Michelin 3-star restaurant, Martín Berasategui.

Adriana moved to NYC in 2011, where she's since launched her successful pop-up and private dining company, Tepuy Dining, as well as held the title of executive chef at the James Beard-award winning Nolita eatery, De Maria. Additionally, Adriana is a three-time winner of the Food Network’s Chopped; her most recent victory was on the highly competitive "Chopped Grand Championship" – she is the only Latin-American female chef to have won the title.

With a unique culinary ethos centered around eclectic, vibrant dishes that are rooted in her Venezuelan heritage while concurrently pulling inspiration from her time spent in some of the world’s most innovative kitchens; Adriana is an exciting and fresh new culinary voice.  

Beyond her work in the kitchen, Urbina is also a passionate activist. Her ongoing mission is to use her unique culinary expertise as a voice to shine a light on meaningful causes that support immigration reform, women’s rights, and aid to those in need in her home country of Venezuela. Her most recent project was feature in Forbes and it’s called The Table. A platform that gives paid opportunities to womxn in the food industry to showcase their work to a wider audience.

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ABOUT TEPUY & CHEF ADRIANA:

Tepuy's menu celebrates the richness and diversity of Venezuelan flavors: simple and natural food prepared with seasonal and local ingredients. Chef Adriana uses a progression of courses to challenge expectations of dining, creating an approachable and memorable experience.

Eater names Tepuy one of the best Latin pop-ups in NYC!
 
Food Network’s "Chopped-Champion" Chef Adriana Urbina was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela. She started cooking at the early age of 12 and graduated with a double culinary Degree from Le École of Alain Ducasse in France and Sumito Esteves in Venezuela .

After working for several restaurants in her home country, she took her first job as an apprentice at 3-Michelin-star restaurant in Spain, Martin Berasategui, and then worked her way through multiple fine dining restaurants in France and New York City. Her take on cuisine aims to be a celebration of the cooking and passion for food that she grew up with in Caracas, Venezuela and the international flavors and culinary techniques she amassed working in some of the world’s best restaurants.