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Veuve Clicquot Yellow Party

Code Price Date Time Location  
SPEV-08
$75.00
5/20/17
9:30pm - 1:00am
The Nantucket Hotel & Resort

77 Easton St,

Nantucket, MA 02554

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Wondering where the chefs and sommeliers will be on Saturday night? The Yellow Party at the Nantucket Hotel!

The night is young, and the party isn’t over yet!  If bubbles and late night bites sounds like your kind of evening, you don’t want to miss this exclusive Veuve Clicquot Yellow Party!

Highlights of the celebration include a Veuve Clicquot Champagne bar, bites from Celebrity Chef Linkie Marais, Bill Weiss of Breeze Bar & Café, Will Gilson of Puritan and Co., and Michael Scelfo of Waypoint.

Venture outside to the lounge chairs and warm up by the fire pits as you listen to live music and dance the night away!  

Get your tickets early, there is limited availability!

 

Linkie Marais, Lifestyle Expert and Chef,

Beauty queen, award-winning baker and grill master are all extensions to her title, making Linkie Marais more than your average chef. With a love for exploring, cooking and the outdoors, her ‘will to grill’ stems all the way back to her unique blend of South African and Southern roots. Born in Evander, a town in northeastern South Africa, Linkie was raised in the kitchen, helping her mother prepare meals on a daily basis. With a lack of abundant fresh ingredients, she inherited her mother’s creativity, utilizing whatever they had available to create fresh and original meals. Immigrating to the U.S. in 1999, Linkie and her family settled in Tupelo, Mississippi where she began her culinary career piping cakes for a local catering company.

Upon obtaining a degree in Culinary Arts and a minor in Food Arts from Mississippi University for Women, Linkie's career took off as she held various pastry and executive chef positions in Oxford, Mississippi before making the move to Massachusetts’ acclaimed Montilio’s Bakery. 
After discovering her love for grilling during a Big Green Egg® competition, Linkie’s passion for grilling began to take her career in a new and exciting direction. It’s clear that her meat-filled and resourceful South African culinary upbringing has had a tremendous impact on her cooking flair, as Linkie is considered the best among the few females who have mastered the art of grilling.

 

Michael Scelfo, Chef/Owner, Alden & Harlow / Waypoint

Chef Michael Scelfo’s career path has never been a linear one. He has had twists, turns and many travels in between which have brought him to this moment.  His second restaurant project, Waypoint signals a natural next step along his culinary journey. The menu reflects his forward-thinking approach to coastally-inspired fare - marrying his time spent along the Atlantic and Pacific shores.

At his award-winning Alden & Harlow, he extended the concept of the domestic kitchen table into his first owned and operated restaurant. Located in the iconic Casablanca restaurant space in Cambridge, Alden & Harlow pays homage to its chef’s roots by making each ingredient shine, and ultimately, cooking from his heart. In September 2016, Conde Nast Traveler named Alden & Harlow one of the Best Restaurants in the World. In 2016, the James Beard Foundation honored him as a semifinalist for Best Chef Northeast. In 2016, Boston Magazine honored Alden & Harlow with Best Restaurant: General Excellence.

In his Boston Globe review, Mat Schaffer wrote about Waypoint that business appears to be booming. Scelfo’s fans are on board for the next stage of the journey.  In The New York Times, writer Jason Tesauro said Waypoint is vibrant enough for a happy hour pop-in, yet intimate enough for after-dark canoodling over caviar and cocktails. In January 2017, Boston Magazine awarded Waypoint a three-star review boasting with full-bore flavors and opulent ingredients, [Waypoint] gives pristine seafood and everything else on the menu the Midas touch.

Bill Weisse, Executive Chef, Breeze Bar and Cafe

Will Gilson, Chef/Owner, Puritan & Co.

Will Gilson’s farm-to-table cooking is rooted in his work at The Herb Lyceum at Gilson’s, the restaurant on his family’s farm in Groton, MA. Gilson was 17 when he began cooking there, and the experience served as inspiration for his current restaurant, Puritan & Company–a refined yet rustic neighborhood eatery in Cambridge’s Inman Square featuring farmers’ market fare. Gilson began making a name for himself in the Boston area in 2007, when he opened the Garden at the Cellar in Cambridge. He left in 2011 to launch a series of successful restaurant ventures, including Eat at Adrian’s, Cape Cod.