Enjoy behind-the-scenes chef stories paired with killer food and two free tix to see this new Jon Favreau film, all for only $25; Friday, May 16 at 11:30 am.
In honor of the new film, “Chef,” starring Jon Favreau as a former hotshot chef who gets burnt out and decides to rekindle his passion and also reconnect with his young son by opening a food truck together, Phoenix Public Market Café (PPMC) and Short Leash Hot Dogs have partnered up to host a can’t-miss lunch & learn event. Hosted on Friday, May 16 (the same day the movie releases) at 11:30 am, join PPMC chef/owner, Aaron Chamberlin and Short Leash co-owner, Brad Moore for a lively chat about the real life of chefs, the ways street foods are influencing today’s cuisine and the importance of passion in the kitchen. During the discussion attendees will savor a farm-fresh salad from PPMC, and then afterward receive a swag bag that includes a $10 food ticket to be used at any of the food trucks at the adjacent Phoenix Public Market’s Food Truck Friday, two passes to a weekday showing of the movie “Chef,” and a poster from the film. The event is $25 per person and reservations are required by calling the Café at 602-253-2700. For more information, visit the facebook events page.
When: Friday, May 16, 2014 at 11:30 am
About Phoenix Public Market & Phoenix Public Market Café
The Phoenix Public Market Café is located at 14 East Pierce Street (cross streets are Central Avenue & McKinley Street), Phoenix, Ariz., 85004. Free parking is provided and it’s located right off the Valley Metro Light Rail. The Open Air Markets at the Phoenix Public Market take place every Wednesday (5 – 8 pm) and Saturday (8 am – Noon), year round, rain or shine. Food Truck Fridays also occur weekly, 11am – 1:30pm.