Saturday, November 12, 2011
Beverly Hills Caviar Tasting With Marcel Vigneron : Event Benefits Harold Robinson Foundation
Tuesday November 15th, 2011
6:00pm-7:00pm cocktails and reception
7:00pm-7:30pm Malibu String Quartet performance
7:30pm- 7:40pm Marcel presents and explains his first recipe
7:40pm- 8:00pm piano performance
8:00pm-8:30pm string quartet performance
8:30pm- 8:40pm Marcel presents and explains his second recipe
8:40pm- 9:00pm piano performance
9:00pm-9:30pm string quartet performance
9:30pm- 9:40pm Host presents Marcel who and explains presents his third recipe
9:40pm- 11:00pm classical piano, dessert and mixer
Private Home in Bel-Air, California; address available upon credentialed RSVP.
Beverly Hills Caviar
Ticket Price :
Ticket Price: $500 in advance; a $1500 package which includes 2 Tickets is available which includes limo transportation to and from the event and a $1000 gift bag containing caviar facial serum, gift certificates from leading LA restaurants, and more. For tickets and info please visit: Beverly Hills Caviar or call 310.285.5321.
An event for the one percent—with room for the other 99. This is an evening of FIVE c’s: caviar, charity, cuisine, champagne, and classical music, a multi-course repast prepared by one of the world’s top chefs interspersed with live musical performances as well as education. A caviar lover’s paradise, the event benefits The Harold Robinson Foundation. It also features exotic foods guest will simply NOT be able to find ANYWHERE else, including: a smoked alligator, an actual sturgeon from which Osetra caviar is harvested, and a giant Alaskan smoked salmon.
Marcel Vigneron, considered one of the country’s top chefs and among its foremost exponents of “molecular gastronomy.” Vigneron was the second-season runner-up on Top Chef. Vigneron, who’s worked alongside chefs ranging from Joel Robuchon to Michael Mina, got his own show on the SyFy Channel this year called Marcel's Quantum Kitchen.
The Harold Robinson Foundation, based in Los Angeles, is dedicated to enriching the lives of inner city and underprivileged children by providing them the means, free of costs, to attend a safe, nurturing and non-competitive camp environment where they will experience nature and participate in diverse recreational programs designed to strengthen confidence and independence, build character and develop leadership skills.