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Flavors of Colombia

Ft. Chef Maria Bariga

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Saturday March. 16th 7:00pm - 9pm

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Pop Up Location TBD

$85+

Ticket Options

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General Ticket

  • 3 course family style meal

$85

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GA Ticket + Non Alcoholic Pairing

  • 3 course family style meal

  • NA pairing from NON

$115

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GA Ticket + Wine Pairing

$135

  • 3 course family style meal

  • Wine pairings from sustainable wine partner

We are thrilled to announce our March pop-up dinner featuring Chef Maria Bariga, highlighting heritage Colombian cuisine and indigenous foods through a farm-to-table dining experience. We will be partnering with Heermance Farms to deliver spice laden dishes rich with local, sustainably grown organic fruits and vegetables in a 3-course dining experience with natural wine pairings. As always, 100% of ticket sales will go directly to supporting our youth education program.

We hope you'll join us for this family style meal, connecting with the chef, producers, and other community members passionate about food education.

All proceeds go towards supporting our youth education programming.

Dietary Restrictions

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Cannot accomodate dietary restrictions.

Cancellation Policy

This prepaid reservation is non-refundable. You can transfer your ticket to someone else.

Location

Location TBD

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Coming Soon

Maria Bariga

Colombian by birth, Maria began her culinary journey working as a Pastry Chef with the infamous Rausch Brothers in Bogotá. From there, she spent four years at Roberto Solís' Nectar restaurant in Mérida, Mexico, working her way up to Chef de Cuisine, and later moved onto Chicago to work at Grace (3 Michelin Stars) and Alinea (3 Michelin Stars), followed by Noma (3 Michelin Stars). Following her stint in the U.S, she worked at the legendary institution Mugaritz (2 Michelin Stars), initially as a Chef de Partie and then eventually as the third female Chef de Cuisine. Maria moved back to Latin America to strengthen her culinary skills at MashipiLAB in Ecuador and Maximo Bistrot in Mexico City as the Chef de Cuisine. She most recently worked at Oxalis (1 Michelin Star) in Brooklyn and is now a freelance private chef.

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