The Festival’s Headquarter Hotel, The Standard, New York, opens up its signature restaurant, The Standard Grill, for an intimate private dinner prepared by house Chef Dan Silverman and his friends Marco Canora of Hearth and Terroir and Bill Telepan of Telepan. Silverman, a former Food & Wine Best New Chef, emphasizes a menu featuring market fresh ingredients that seamlessly integrate Spanish flavors with French and Italian ideas. When Canora opened Hearth in the East Village in 2003 it was an instant classic for its Italian-inflected, simple, healthful food, earning a nod from the James Beard Foundation as a Best New Restaurant nominee. Terroir, opened in 2008, is a thoroughly unpretentious wine bar, that has been earned the best in the city by Time Out New York and New York Magazine. Telepan was a proponent of creating local, seasonal farm-sourced cuisine, long before they became buzz-words. The New York Times raved that Telepan “shuns trickery and puts its faith in fundamental virtues: its freshness; the pureness or punch of its flavors; the skill with which it's been cooked.” Served in the Garden Room under the High Line, and prepared by Silverman, Canora, and Telepan, this dinner will show the absolute best of the New York dining scene.
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