Vail Harvest Dinner shows off elegance & innovation
For the second year in a row, Kristin Yantis of Vail’s Malen Yantis Public Relations brought a handful of Vail chefs to the Mile High City to present their Harvest Dinner. This year, the location was a suitably elegant private dining room at the Four Seasons Denver. The dinner was book-ended by Grouse Mountain Grill chefs. Paul Ferzacca, now owner of the legendary La Tour, was the opening chef of the on-mountain eatery. He prepared four exquisite hors d’oeuvres. The current executive chef, Colin Meyer did the dessert course. In between, Paul Anders of Mountain Standard, which opened at the start of the 2012-13 ski season, prepared a first course. Flame Modern Mountain Steak’s executive chef Jason Harrison and sous-chef Dagan Stocks, Jr. teamed on to prepare the main course.
I am already looking forward to the third annual Vail Harvest Dinner.
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