Chefs’ Feast

 Chefs’ Feast 2022

 

Highlights About This Fantastic Evening

JOIN US SUNDAY, JUNE 5, 2022 FROM 6-9PM AT THE CAPITAL CITY CLUB FOR OUR 6TH ANNUAL CHEFS’ FEAST

The 6th annual Chefs’ Feast, chaired by Kevin Goldsmith, features a five-course Mediterranean-inspired seated dinner, featuring a prominent lineup of chefs from around the Southeast. Enjoy a special menu of regionally fresh and seasonal dishes (to be announced). A special VIP pre-event reception, beginning an hour earlier at 5PM, for all sponsors and their guests (and individuals who select the combined ticket option–see below).

Thanks to Presenting Sponsor, Synovus Bank, all funds raised by the event will go directly to support the programs and services we provide to 350 homeless men and women each day.

As an added bonus, guests will be able to bid on exciting culinary items and experiences.

 

2022 Featured Chefs

Kevin Goldsmith: Kevin Goldsmith is an Augusta, GA-based restaurateur and owner of Trattoria Polipo in Augusta He is a 50-year veteran of the food and beverage industry with multiple successful concepts in the restaurant and catering. He is also the event chair for Chefs’ Feast 2022.

Jesse Cepeda: Chef Cepeda is the Executive Chef at the Capital City Club. A native Texan, Chef Cepeda believes simplicity, sustainability, and locally-grown products are of the utmost importance to creating memorable culinary experiences. After positions in Austin, Waco, and Tallahassee, he has brought his farm-to-table style to Columbia.

Chefs Vinnie Livoti and Lawrence Wright: Chef Livoti has been the Director of Food Services for BlueCross BlueShield of SC for 20 years. This was preceded by 20 years in the food service industry working for Harpers Restaurants and Birds on a Wire. Chef Wright has been manager of one of the onsite cafes at BlueCross BlueShield for over 10 years. Previously, he was the Executive Chef at Villa Tronco. Both are well known participants in many charity food events.

Nate Lindsay: A native of Connecticut, Chef Lindsay followed his formal training at the Connecticut Culinary Institute with a position at Amelia Island Plantation, FL. From there, his 17-year journey has taken him to the helm of award-winning restaurants in Napa, CA, Washington, D.C., and Jacksonville, FL. Chef Lindsay recently planted roots in his wife’s hometown of Augusta, GA, where he took up residency at Abel Brown Restaurant. A supporter of local farms and sustainable fishing, Chef Lindsay strongly believes that a great recipe requires a chef to source seasonal, quality ingredients, and he is looking forward to sharing his vision with the upcoming opening of his new restaurant concept in Augusta.

 

*** Unfortunately, due to the special nature of the dinner, food restrictions may not be able to be accommodated.

*If for reasons beyond our control, the event is cancelled, ticket purchases will be honored as fully tax-deductible donations to Transitions.*