On the Road Culinary Adventures has selected Kentucky as the destination for its next premier culinary tour, and chef/owner Anthony Lamas of Seviche will be featured along with Bluegrass legends Woodford Reserve, Proof on Main, Stone Cross Farm and Woodland Farms. The tour, which takes place Sunday, Sept. 18 through Tuesday, Sept. 20, will focus on Louisville and the surrounding areas, giving guests a taste of the farm-to-table culture of the region with access to the best the area has to offer. Chef Michael Paley of Proof on Main and Chef Ouita Michel of Holly Hill Inn will also contribute to this extraordinary event. Hotel accommodations will be provided by 21c Museum Hotel. A special early booking price for the tour is $700 per person through July, which includes double occupancy hotel accommodations and taxes. Prices are also available for single occupancy. The tour is limited to 20 participants. For reservations, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (404) 380-1010.
Sunday, Sept. 18:
Wine and cheese reception with chef Michael Paley of Proof on Main
Dinner at Proof on Main with wine pairings
Monday Sept. 19:
Chef Anthony Lamas will be on the tour to provide culinary perspective
Travel by private motor coach for the farm and Woodford Reserve visits
Light breakfast will be served on the motor coach
Tour of Woodland Farm and Kentucky Bison Company
Tour and bourbon tasting at Woodford Reserve distillery with Master Distiller Chris Morris
Lunch and cooking demonstration by four time James Beard Foundation Best Chef Southeast semi-finalist Ouita Michel
Farm visit to Stone Cross Farm
Dinner with wine pairings at Seviche featuring two time James Beard Foundation Best Chef Southeast semi-finalist Anthony Lamas
Tuesday, Sept. 20:
A very special cooking class and lunch with Michael Paley, executive chef of Proof on Main
* Personal expenses and incidentals are not included.
About On The Road Culinary Adventures: On The Road Culinary Adventures take guests to some of best culinary destinations in the United States to provide them with an unforgettable culinary experience. Guests work with top chefs and visit beautiful farms as they learn about the culinary arts. These three-day, two-night farm-to-table tours are designed by Gwen Pratesi, writer and producer of the online food and travel magazine Bunkcooks.com. Her husband Roger Pratesi worked in Louisville for ten years. Additional On the Road Culinary Adventures destinations include Charleston, S.C. and Asheville, N.C. for more information, visit www.ontheroadculinaryadventures.com.
About Seviche: Seviche is located at 1538 Bardstown Road in Louisville, Ky. Chef/owner Anthony Lamas was a 2010 and 2011 semifinalist for the James Beard Foundation "Best Chef Southeast" award, and the restaurant was named one of the "ten great places for Latino flavor and flair" in the country by USA Today. Esquire food correspondent John Mariani said of Seviche: "Anthony Lamas has proven himself to be one of America's best chefs...If you have time for one meal in Louisville, make it Seviche." All of Seviche's seafood comes from sustainable sources and is harvested in a manner that does not harm the environment. The restaurant proudly follows the guidelines of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Program, and Lamas has been honored with the Seafood Ambassador award. Hours of operation are 5 to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 5 to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. To make reservations or for more information, call (502) 473-8560 or visit www.sevicherestaurant.com.
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