On Nov. 5, Lula Cafe chef/owner Jason Hammel will host the first annual Logan Square Chef's Dinner, a benefit for the Comfort Station, a multidisciplinary arts space near the Milwaukee/Logan intersection that provides free arts programming for the community.
And he's invited some of the neighborhood's best chefs—Johnny Anderes (Telegraph), Matthias Merges (Yusho), Jared Wentworth (Longman & Eagle), Abraham Conlon (the forthcoming Fat Rice, which was formerly to be called Flour and Bones) and Beverly Kim, most recently of Bonsoiree—to join him to cook at the dinner. Afterward, guests can hit the Comfort Station for a tour and a set by local band oRSo.
The six-course dinner, which starts at 6 p.m. with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, will cost $175 a person with all food, drinks, tax and tip included in the price. Tickets are currently available by calling 773-489-9554 or online through the restaurant's website. Get 'em while they're hot because they won't last long.
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