We’ve had the good fortune to be a part of a recent spate of national articles highlighting, among other things, the Detroit food scene. If you’re interested, give them a read:
On September 20th, Chef Andy will be preparing a meal at Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills featuring edible plants found across the grounds of campus. The dinner will be done in collaboration with Assistant Curator Emily Staugaitis, whose thesis focused on Cranbrook’s landscapes — which range from gardens planted a century ago to heritage apple trees still found growing wild on the property.
Cranbrook House, Bloomfield Hills
Sunday, September 20, 2015
5:00 pm Registration and tour (optional)
6:15 pm Reception and appetizers
7:00 pm Dinner
$150 per person. The price includes several courses, beverage pairings, gratuity, and a $25 tax-deductible donation to the Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research.
There are a handful of tickets left, and they are available only from Cranbrook directly. Reservations can be made by calling Kim Larsen at 248-645-3319. Please inform Kim of any dietary restrictions when making reservations.Posted on 2015.09.11 in Events & Announcements