Café Boulud Palm Beach Hosts Special Guest Chef Series Featuring Jordan Lerman, Clay Conley

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by Erin West Aug 11, 2016 11:22 AM

Get ready to enjoy a night of fine dining, a mix of cuisines and one delicious prix fixe menu.

Rick Mace, executive chef at Café Boulud Palm Beach at the Brazilian Court Hotel, is hosting a guest chef series with some of Palm Beach County's most notable culinary masters. 

Though the first installment of the series occurred July 21 with guest chef Eric Baker of Delray Beach’s Max’s Harvest, you can still catch the remaining installments on Aug. 11 and Sept. 15, with guest chefs Jordan Lerman (Jardin) and James Beard award-nominated chef Clay Conley (Buccan and Grato), respectively.

“I am looking forward to hosting these chefs in my kitchen and working side-by-side with such talent," Mace said. "In the spirit of Daniel Boulud’s Le Voyage menus that are seen at many of his restaurants, my team and I are looking forward to bringing a new type of cuisine to Café Boulud Palm Beach for the evening."

Guests can expect a prix fixe menu, priced at $95, that includes one cocktail and wine pairings throughout the night.

The Aug. 11 dinner will feature a Florida theme, with offerings including wahoo tartare in lettuce, conch with Scotch bonnets, marinated rock shrimp, and more.

The menu for the dinner featuring chef Conley will be available as the date draws closer. 

The goal of the series is to mix culinary styles and introduce both new and regular patrons to different types of cuisine. 

“It gives the restaurant an opportunity to reach new guests who may have not been before, while giving previous clients a reason to come back,” a Café Boulud representative said. 

And so far, the event has been a success: The first installment, "Le Voyage: Quintano Roo, Mexico’s Caribbean Coast," was inspired by chef Baker’s trip to Tulum, Mexico, and was a sold out event.

Find out how to make your reservation for the dinners here

(Photo via Facebook/ Cafe Boulud Palm Beach)

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