Southeastern's Chefs Evening to feature wide variety of cuisine, beverages
Thursday, February 16, 2017
by: Tonya Lowentritt
FINE CUISINE AT CHEFS EVENING – Representatives of Aquistapace’s Covington Supermarket pose at Southeastern’s Chefs Evening last year where the vendor was a winner of a Taster’s Choice Award. Acquistapace, as well as many other vendors, will participate in Chefs Evening 2017, scheduled March 12 at Southeastern Louisiana University’s Student Union Ballroom from 5:30-8 p.m. For more information, call 985-549-2239, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at www.southeastern.edu/chefsevening.
HAMMOND -- Louisiana is known for its flair for creating and experiencing good food,
and the Northshore region is a perfect example of inventive and traditional restaurants,
unique niche food and grocery stores, distillers, brewers, bakeries and so much more.
Southeastern Louisiana University’s Chefs Evening is a reflection of the incredible offerings from around the area, providing a true “taste of the Northshore.”
Regional restaurants are lining up for Chefs Evening scheduled March 12 at the Southeastern Student Union Ballroom from 5:30-8 p.m. The event promises to deliver popular cuisines, trendy beverages, and wine tastings.
Restaurants and beverage companies participating include: Acquistapace Covington Supermarket, Benedicts Plantation, Cate Street Seafood Station, Champagne Beverage, Cocoa Bean Bakery and Café, Crescent Bar, Don’s Seafood, Eddie’s Frozen Custard, Gnarly Barley, Hammond High Culinary, Jacmel Inn, Jim Carey Distributing, Santiago’s Cuban Bar & Grill, Southern Catering, The Boston Restaurant, Tope La, Trey Yuen, Truck Farm Tavern, and others as well.
Tickets are available for Chefs Evening or to both Chefs Evening and the President’s Toast, hosted by President John Crain at the President’s Residence. To order individual tickets, patron tables or for more information, call 985-549-2239, email email@example.com or visit the website www.southeastern.edu/chefsevening.