For one special evening, The Farmhouse will play host to a pair of legends in the culinary world. Nancy Silverton (Pizzeria Mozza, Osteria Mozza, chi SPACCA) has authored 11 cookbooks, been credited with popularizing sourdough and artisan breads in the United States, garnered praise from the Michelin Guide, The James Beard Foundation (Outstanding Chef Award, 2014), and beyond, and is undeniably one of the most beloved chefs of our lifetime.
As a native Californian, Jonathan Waxman grew up in a family that celebrated the culinary arts. After receiving the Grand Diplôme from La Varenne Cooking School in Paris, he moved back to California to work at Domaine Chandon and then with Alice Waters at the legendary Chez Panisse. In 1979, he became the executive chef of Michael’s in Santa Monica, where he developed his version of California cuisine. He made his mark on New York in 1984 with the now iconic Jams. Today, Waxman is the chef/owner of Barbuto in Manhattan’s West Village, Jams at 1 Hotel Central Park, and Baffi in Atlanta. He is the recipient of many accolades, highlighted by the 2016 James Beard Award for Best Chef: New York City.
The evening includes a multi-course family style menu from Silverton and Waxman, paired with wines from the Inn’s award-winning cellar. Exclusive of service charge and tax.