Chef Zeb Stevenson of Livingston Restaurant + Bar and Proof & Provision, both located at the Georgian Terrace, and Atlanta chef Suzanne Vizethann of The Hungry Peach and soon-to-open Buttermilk Restaurant, will judge a culinary competition on Tuesday, Aug. 7 in advance of their own battles being aired on TV.
The fun will take place at Proof & Provision and chef Duane Nutter of One Flew South will join as the host and MC. Come out to see the chef's episodes air while getting a live taste of what it is to be chopped!
Both Stevenson and Vizethann have competed on Food Network’s ultimate cooking challenge “Chopped,” the rapid-fire contest where chefs are provided a mystery basket of ingredients and under extreme time constraint must showcase their skills by preparing a three-course menu for expert judges.
Vizethann won her episode which aired on July 19, 2011 and Stevenson’s episode will air on Tuesday evening.
Emily Meyers founder of Emily G’s, an award winning specialty food business, as well as noted food writer and Discovery Channel podcast producer Sarah Gleim will also serve as judges of a battle of wits and knives between chef Andy Thoms, of Fig Jam and chef Andy Gonzales, of Steinbeck’s
The chef competition starts at 7 p.m., followed by the airing of the “Chopped" episode featuring Vizethann at 9 p.m. and the “Chopped" episode featuring Stevenson at 10 p.m.
Proof & Provision is located at 659 Peachtree Street. See here for more information.
Rooftop LIVE: Live Acoustic Tunes and Brews
Rooftop 866, a stylish, open-air lounge in Atlanta, located adjacent to the Renaissance Atlanta Midtown Hotel, is now featuring local acoustic musicians and local breweries every Monday evening. The Hannah Thomas Band is set to play on August 6.
Neighbors, hotel guests and everyone in between looking for live music at an rooftop bar in Atlanta can enjoy $4 draft beers or sip on signature handcrafted cocktails, such as the summer standard (Square One, basil, watermelon, lavender honey) or the savida sangria (white wine sangria, pineapple soaked fruit, soda).
Or beat the heat with a frozen boozy pop (flavors change daily). For those looking for a bite to eat, Rooftop 866 offers food from award winning Chef Janine Falvo. From shrimp tacos to the warm double chocolate brownie, there is something on the menu for everyone to enjoy. The full Rooftop 866 menu will be available and can be enjoyed in one of the private cabanas or while overlooking Midtown Atlanta.
Monday nights are also "Neighbor Nights at Rooftop 866; all Midtown neighbors will receive 20 percent off their tab" – the ideal excuse to enjoy drinks with your friends and relax to the live music.