AN EVENING WITH MARIO BATALI
Some tickets will be available at the gate.
FYI: Because of rain in the forecast, a tent will be set up for this event. Because of the tent, the seating arrangement has changed slightly. However, ticket level tiers still reflect the proximity to the event stage.
This is a National Writers Series Youth Scholarship Fundraising Event!
**Ticket level tiers reflect proximity to event stage:
1) Tier 1 = $99.00, 11 8-top tables (88 seats) available.
2) Tier 2 = $75.00, 49 10-top tables (490 seats) available.
3) Tier 3 = $50.00, 63 10-top tables (630 seats) available.
4) Tier 4 = $35.00 - SOLD OUT.
ALL TICKET PURCHASES ARE FINAL - NO REFUNDS.
**Please note that although these tickets are labeled as "General Admission," your ticket price will ensure a GA seat within the Tier for which you purchased your ticket.
Mario Batali, the zealous and stylish star of the Food Network, has become one of the most recognizable chefs in America. With a restaurant empire, several cookbooks, a line of food products, and ubiquitous appearances on television and in print, it is hard to discuss current culinary trends in America without citing the name of Mario Batali.
Always eager to educate the masses about Italian cuisine, Batali hosts two Food Network programs, Molto Mario and Ciao America. He has authored "Simple Italian Food," "Mario Batali Holiday Food," "The Babbo Cookbook" and "Molto Italiano - 327 Simple Italian Recipes." Batali was named Man of the Year in the chef category by GQ magazine in 1999, won the James Beard Foundation's Best Chef: New York City award in 2002 and was award Outstanding Chef of the Year by the James Beard Foundation in 2005. The famous "orange-clogged" chef splits his time with his family between New York City (where he owns and operates several Italian hotspots) and Northport, Michigan.
On August 14, Batali returns to his beloved summer community in Northern Michigan for a spectacular outdoor celebration of food, chefs and restaurants, beer and wine, live music and the local craft culinary culture. Featuring dishes inspired by and featured in Batali's cookbooks, this first-year National Writers Series event promises to be one of the most talked-about parties of the summer!
The Village at Grand Traverse Commons
1200 W 11th Street
Traverse City, MI 49684
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|