NEWaukee Announces Featured Chefs for Inaugural Food Prize Competition
Along with sampling food from Milwaukee's best chefs, guests will experience live art, live music, and craft beer.
Milwaukee Wisc. April 2nd, 2018 – NEWaukee is excited to announce the four selected chefs that will compete in Milwaukee’s Inaugural Food Prize Competition on Thursday, April 26th from 6-9PM at 330 East Kilbourn.
AJ Dixon of Lazy Susan, Chris Xiong of Mason Street Grill, Elijah Loebbaka of Birch + Butcher, and Martin Magana of Tess will each receive $500 to create a signature dish and wow the crowd by sharing their personal food mission statement on a plate. Guests have the opportunity to sample each of the competing chefs’ plates and vote on their favorite. The chef with the most votes at the end of the night takes home a cash prize of $5,000 and the glory of being the 2018 Milwaukee Food Prize winner!
Along with sampling food from Milwaukee’s best chefs, guests will experience live art, live music, and craft beer. Tickets are $20 and include samples from all selected chefs. This unique pop up experience connects people to the culinary arts, neighborhoods, and local small businesses in a new and delicious way!
Food Prize will take place at 330 East Kilbourn on Thursday, April 26th from 6-9PM, tickets can be purchased at http://newaukee.com/event/food-prize/.
NEWaukee is a social architecture firm that specializes in community-based signature experiences centered on high-profile issues of importance for the city of Milwaukee. NEWaukee also provides consumer, employer brand and talent engagement services to employers looking to attract and retain talent necessary to grow their businesses. Visit www.newaukee.com to learn more.
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