Calling all omnivores!
This weekend, chefs from around the world will converge on The Invisible Dog, a Cobble Hill art center that’s playing host to master classes and dinners prepared by chefs of “The Young Cuisine,” for two days of inventive fare during the Omnivore New York Food Festival.
Learn from the masters during public classes on June 4, where six chefs, including Petter Nilsson of Paris’s La Gazzetta and David Kinch of Manresa in Los Gatos, Calif., pass the baton and show you how they make their creations.
That night, “The Friendly Dinners” pair chefs at restaurants including Roberta’s in Bushwick, as well as at The Invisible Dog, for rare culinary treats you won’t get again this side of the Atlantic.
Then on June 5, “Iron Chef” comes to Brooklyn, in a live cook-off between French chefs. Music will help you dance off all that you’ve consumed.
Omnivore New York Food Festival at The Invisible Dog [51 Bergen St. between Smith Street and Boerum Place in Cobble Hill, (646) 270-2550], June 4 and 5. For info, visit www.theinvisibledog.org.