Several fantastic Triangle-area chefs have stepped up to participate in a culinary competition to be held in February and March to benefit the Lucy Daniels Center while delighting local diners. The chefs are competing to win a restored 1969 Corvette Stingray.
Two chefs will be paired together each night and the winner will advance to the next round until a champion is crowned.
2017 Cooking for a Classic Schedule
Feb. 20: Dean Thompson of Flights vs. Rich Carter of Catering Works
Feb. 21: Donaldo Guzman of Sitti vs. Nick Fay of Busy Bee Café
Feb. 22: Scott James of The Angus Barn vs. Eric Gephart of Kamado Grille
Feb. 27: Timothy Bocholis of Bistro B Tapas in Kernersville vs. Trey Cleveland of Top of The Hill
Feb. 28: Clark Barlowe of Heirloom in Charlotte vs. James Patterson of Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro
Mar. 1: Jonathan Ballard of Sassool vs. Tom Havrish of Lugano Ristorante
Mar. 6: Adam Pettigrew of Pup’s Steakhouse in Wilson vs. Teddy Klopf of Provenance
Mar. 7: Troy Stauffer of City Club Raleigh vs. RJ St. John of Bull McCabes
Tickets, available online, begin at $50 and include six courses and accompanying beverages chosen by the two featured chefs of each competition. Guests will also have the chance to help celebrity guest chefs choose the winner through anonymous voting and you have access to special chef packages in a silent auction. All events will be held at Rocky Top Hospitality’s 1705 Prime in Raleigh.
About Lucy Daniels Center
The nonprofit Lucy Daniels Center in Cary, N.C. specializes in helping children from birth to age 11 who are dealing with mental and emotional health challenges, behavioral issues and other challenges.
The center’s multi-disciplinary team, which includes recognized experts in mental health and education, works together with families to provide a uniquely comprehensive approach, delivering individualized treatment to each child. The therapeutic regimen is complemented with rigorous academic programs through their elementary school.