Park Hyatt Chicago Masters of Food and Wine Culinary Event 2012

Park Hyatt Chicago will host a  special Masters of Food and Wine Pasta Event. Participants will learn how to make a variety of pastas with the hotel’s Executive Chef, Ryan Laroche while enjoying hors d’ouvres. Guests will then share a family style meal in the wine cellar with wine pairings for each of the three courses.  

For more information, please contact Lynne Bredfeldt at +1.312.239.4011 or lynne.bredfeldt@hyatt.com

Enjoy a glorious Vino Con Vista of Chicago from the NoMI Restaurant on the seventh floor of the Park Hyatt Chicago at 800 N. Michigan Avenue. From the street, the glass and steel facade shows the floor to ceiling windows. I love the panoramic view of Lake Michigan and the historic Water Tower from this dining room.

English: Detail of the top of Park Tower in Ch...

English: Detail of the top of Park Tower in Chicago. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

WHEN: September 22, 2012 at 6:30

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I attended a culinary event at the NoMI Kitchen at Park Hyatt Chicago in March when I learned about goat cheese from artisanal cheese purveyor Judy Solomon. The outstanding event was held in the wine cellar.

For a calendar of all Masters of Food an Wine Events around the world, follow this link: www.mastersfoodandwine.com

English: White House Executive Chef, Cristeta ...

English: White House Executive Chef, Cristeta ” Cris” Comerford, background-left in chef’s hat, helps prepare trays of food, in the White House kitchen, in preparations for the official dinner for the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

View from the Park Hyatt in Chicago, Illinois, USA

View from the Park Hyatt in Chicago, Illinois, USA (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

English: View of the restaurant at Park Tower ...

English: View of the restaurant at Park Tower in Chicago, looking out on the Chicago Water Tower. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The fabulous Park Tower skyscraper , located at 800 North Michigan Avenue in Chicago, was completed in 2000. It structure has 70 floors. It was designed by the Chicago architectural firm of Lucien Lagrange Architects. The Park Tower is a mixed use tower; the lower floors of the building are the Park Hyatt Hotel and the upper levels are reserved for luxury condominiums.

 

Buon Appetito from www.vino-con-vista.com

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