The dinner, set for Thursday, Nov. 29, at Myint's restaurant Cha Chah, will be a benefit for the hunger-fighting, healthy-food-serving folks at the Nashville Food Project. It's $40 per person for three courses served family-style, and you're encouraged to bring in groups of four people to dine. Popular local food blogger Beth Sachan will share host duties, and Aleksey's Wines will handle the beverages.
We learned last week that Cha Chah will close at the end of the year, though Myint plans to eventually launch a new concept in the Belmont Boulevard spot. (Sister restaurant PM will continue to operate a couple doors down on the block, and of course, Myint's mom, Patti, operates the venerable International Market across the street.)
In addition to his fame as Top Chef: D.C. winner, Sbraga is the owner of Sbraga restaurant, which serves modern American cuisine on Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts.
Check out the event announcement after the jump.
Join Arnold Myint, local food blogger Beth Sachan, Top Chef DC winner Kevin Sbraga and Aleksey’s Imports for an evening of family dining for a good cause. This dinner will help us raise funds for the Nashville Food Project.
When: Thursday, November 29th 2012
What: $40 per person for three courses served family style
We recommend that you make reservations for groups of 4. Seating begins at 6 p.m., reservations can be made online at ChaChah.com (with the note "Nashville Food Project") or by calling Cha Chah at 615-298-1430.
Kevin Sbraga, the winner of Bravo-TV’s “Top Chef” Season 7, is the chef-owner of Sbraga, a modern American restaurant in Philadelphia. Kevin, a New Jersey native, is a graduate of Johnston and Wales University in Miami. (www.kevinsbraga.com)
Beth Sachan is the owner, editor and writer of the Nashville-based food blog, Eat. Drink. Smile. (www.eat-drink-smile.com), and a contributing writer to The Tennessean.