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Botanical - Passport Dinner

Date/Time

Apr 26, 2019
06:00 PM until 09:00 PM

Description

A one-of-a-kind fundraiser for Tulsa Botanic Garden, Botanical - ‘A Weekend of Culinary Wonder’ is a 3-day exploration of the way food, drink, and the land intersect. Each year is based on a celebrated gastronomic region of the world and explores its every aspect in spirit and in taste. Three unique events (Passport Dinner, Vida la Vida!, and The Symposium & Tasting)  offer distinct culinary experiences for all interests. Proceeds from all events benefit Tulsa Botanic Garden. 

The Passport Dinner

This showcase dinner is an immersive journey through one of the world’s most storied culinary regions. From homestyle classics to modernist interpretations, James Beard- and Food & Wine magazine- award-winning chef Jamie Bissonnette (Toro in NYC, Boston, and abroad) will take guests on a 6-course tour through the rich, lusty, and exotic cuisines of Spain and Portugal. For one night, feast on heirloom vegetables from small and family farms, line-caught fish, heritage breed meats, wild herbs foraged from the garden, and rare spice blends, in a custom menu created by chef Jamie Bissonnette. 

Seating is limited to 200. 

Cost

$1500 per person

Location

View map Tulsa Botanic Garden
3900 Tulsa Botanic Dr.
Tulsa , OK

Additional Information

Sponsor

Tulsa Botanic Garden

Phone

918-289-0330

Contact name

Jane Dunbar

Contact email

jane@tulsabotanic.org

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