This year, on October 28th at 12:00PM, Glass House will be hosting Chef Curtis Stone for the 2022 Synergy Series.
Join critically acclaimed Chef Curtis Stone for an inspiring conversation about his personal journey, from his training under chef Marco Pierre White to opening his own restaurants in America, and the television programs in between. Moderated by hospitality consultant and coach Alison Arth, this event is a rare opportunity to hear directly from a leading culinary and business mind in the hospitality profession.
100% of the ticket price will be donated to Constellation Fund, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting poverty in the Twin Cities by raising the living standards of individuals and families living below the poverty line in our seven-county metro area by finding, funding, and empowering services creating transformational impact in our community.
Purchase your tickets and be apart of this annual dialogue.
Following the event, Chef Stone will be signing copies of his new cookbook Good Food, Good Life that will be available for purchase.
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Now in its fifth year, The Synergy Series is a singular dining experience, bringing guest chefs from around the globe to prepare their cuisine in partnership with Chef Gavin Kaysen and the Spoon and Stable team in Minneapolis. The collaborative environment created by these visits allows our staff to grow as professionals and as leaders. In 2021, this learning opportunity was extended to the larger hospitality community with the introduction of the Dialogue Series, a unique opportunity to hear the personal side of each visiting chef's career path. Past Synergy chefs include Thomas Keller, Traci Des Jardins, Grant Achatz, Dominique Crenn, and Daniel Boulud.
Curtis Stone is a Los Angeles-based chef, restaurateur, author, and culinary entrepreneur. He began cooking at the Savory Hotel’s five-star restaurant in his hometown of Melbourne, Australia at 18 years old. Three years later, he moved to Europe to work with Chef Marco Pierre White as sous chef of Mirabelle and later head chef of Quo Vadis. In 2014, he opened his first solo restaurant, the intimate Michelin star tasting menu restaurant Maude in Beverly Hills. In 2016, he opened Gwen Butcher Shop & Restaurant in Hollywood with his brother. The pair also opened Georgie in Dallas in 2019. He has hosted and appeared on shows including Take Home Chef (TLC), Top Chef Masters (Bravo), Emmy-nominated Top Chef Junior, MasterChef Australia, and is a New York Times best selling author with six cookbooks.
Alison Arth is a leadership coach, consultant, and author whose career is dedicated to helping hospitality professionals find greater joy and deeper purpose in their work, and achieve personal and professional change in the direction of what's most meaningful to them. She founded Salt & Roe in 2014 in support of making the world a more connected place, one restaurant at a time. You can read more about Alison's work with hospitality leaders and businesses at saltandroe.com and on Instagram @saltandroe