Friday, February 28, 2014

Bonne Sante' - A Food and Wine Showcase Benefiting The National Kidney Foundation

The National Kidney Foundation once again will team up with acclaimed Dallas Chefs, Scott Gottlich of Bijoux and William Koval of the Lakewood Country Club for the fourth annual Bonne Santé, food and wine showcase. The event features award winning chefs from Dallas and Fort Worth, as well as top chefs from around the country, each preparing signature dishes paired with fine wines. Bonne Santé is a mix and mingle affair where guests can sample dishes and wines while taking part in a live and silent auction benefiting the National Kidney Foundation. 
Friday, April 25, 2014
6:30 PM
Westin Galleria, Dallas
Chef Scott Gottlich, John Everett General Manager The Westin Galleria Dallas, and Chef William Koval
Our two host chefs, Scott Gottlich and William Koval are all too familiar with kidney disease. Chef Gottlich's sister, Stephanie, is a transplant recipient. Nathan, Chef Koval's son, was born with one kidney. Both families found support through the National Kidney Foundation. Chef Gottlich is the Executive Chef and owner of Bijoux and Executive Chef of The Second Floor. Chef Koval is the Executive Chef at Lakewood Country Club and was formerly with the French Room.
Along with dishes from Gottlich’s The Second Floor Bistro – Bar and Bijoux and Koval’s Lakewood Country Club, guests will enjoy dishes from:
  • Abraham Salum of Salum/Komali Restaurant
  • Samir Dhurandhar and Wil Larsen from Nick and Sam’s Steakhouse
  • Matt McAllister from FT-33
  • Shuji Sugawara from Shinsei
  • Jason Weaver from the Omni Hotel Dallas
  • David Smith from The Westin Galleria Dallas
  • Gianni Santin from Haute Sweets Patisserie
  • Ray Lammers, the Pastry Chef at Montage Deer Valley in Park City, Utah
  • Daniel Tarasevich from The Second Floor Bistro – Bar
  • Edward Mendoza from Kitchen 1454 in Augusta, Georgia
  • Shawn Armstrong, Executive Chef at Montage Deer Valley in Park City, Utah
  • Shawn McClain from Sage at ARIA Resort & Casino in Las Vegas
  • Richard Hebben from Park Hyatt Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Each interactive chef station will have artistically custom wine pairings by Gina Gottlich, Sommelier of The Second Floor Bistro - Bar and Bijoux. The evening will also include live music and silent and live auctions featuring a variety of luxurious prizes.
Individual tickets for Bonne Santé will be sold at $200, and sponsorships from $3,000 to $25,000 are available. For more information on tickets and sponsorships, please visit

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