As we approach the July 4th holiday, Steve 'Toúchef' Coupet & "Kay In The Bay Curated Events" invite you to an intimate 5-course Popup Dinner Experience, exploring the impact of Black food on American culture!
As we journey through Toúchef's tasting menu, we'll be sharing the history of foods of the Black Diaspora, and acknowledging the nuances of their cultural associations in America.
We look forward to a memorable evening of dining & storytelling - Seating for this event is limited, so we encourage you to take advantage of our early bird pricing and RSVP ASAP!
Dinner will include complimentary wine pairing curated by Black Vines; Menu listed below.
**Please reach out with critical dietary restrictions prior to reserving a seat so we can assess potential considerations.**
-Watermelon Gazpacho with Touchef's Duck Prosciutto
a play on Chicken and Watermelon that balances sweet and salty flavors.
-Collard and Taíno Salad
with seeds, coconut, corn, and yucca: a colorful and delicious blend of textures inspired by the arrival of Africans to the native Taíno peoples.
-Harlem Seafood Roll
an interpretation of how Harlem Renaissance entrepreneur Pig Foot Mary would've evolved in the modern food scene.
-Wakanda Pilau with Roasted Quail
a hearty and aromatic rice dish inspired by Black Panther's Wakanda. This will be the most soul-filling dish of the night!
-Pineapple Upside Down Cake
a crowd-pleasing classic served with Mango Lemon Ice Cream featuring jam by Thats My Jam, an Oakland-based, Black-owned artisan jam company.
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