Pop-up Dinner! Eat Good Group with Chef Adam Hegsted

Original Chef of The Wandering Table is Back! This time, he is featuring Spring and all its many flavors!

Chef Adam Hegsted, owner of Eat Good Group, is creating a memorable dinner to be paired with award-winning Hand of God wines for us this night.

This is a story of how passion began as a roving pop-up restaurant in Spokane and ultimately turned into two full-time restaurants and then some! That passion and the star chefs are coming back to Seattle, better than ever!

The Details:
Chef Adam returns to The VUDE from adventures around the Pacific Northwest, bringing with him a multi-course innovative dinner par excellence. It is Spring, and that means fresh flavors.

Chef Adam goes out of his way to seek the best products, and to honor those who grew them by doing his best at serving them in ways that make food memorable. He brings this passion to the VUDE for great experiences and community. Imagine Washington’s fresh local fare with a playful twist! The evening begins at 6:00 with mingling, and at 7:00 we will sit down for dinner.

To tease your palate there will be courses like:
Fried octopus and pork belly with rhubarb and Moroccan orange.
Snapper carpaccio with fir tips and lime.
And Pine Tea Sorbet…

As always at The VUDE, each course will come with an incredible pairing of Hand of God wines, a signature cocktail and of course, a few surprises.

Tickets are a steal at $125. The price is all-inclusive, including sales tax. ย Brown Paper Tickets link: http://hegstedvudedinner.bpt.me/

Location: The VUDE, 308 9th Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109 ย This is in South Lake Union between Thomas and Harrison (www.thevude.com).

Please let us know if you have any special dietary restrictions.

About Chef Adam:
Pacific Northwest native, having grown up and living most of his life, Chef Adam graduated from Northwest Culinary Academy and Art Institute of Seattle. He is the owner of Eat Good Group featuring a wide array of restaurants including Wandering Table, Yards Bruncheon, Le Catering, Gilded Unicorn, Farmhouse Kitchen and Eat Good Cafe. Hegsted gets most of his inspiration from the region, season and nostalgic foods from his past experiences. He studies relentlessly to keep learning and growing as a chef and translates this knowledge into a unique cuisine at each business. Hegsted and Eat Good Group Restaurants have been featured regionally and nationally as well as winning many awards. Wandering Table was featured in the Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times. He was honored to be invited to cook at the James Beard house as well Star Chefs in New York. A Semi finalist for James Beard Award 2016, and Best Chef Northwest. He also won innovator of the year from National Beef Council and United Fresh. Catalyst magazine named him one of the top 20 under 40 leaders in Spokane and 50 most influential people in Spokane. FSR magazine named him top 40 under 40 rising stars.

Chef Adam’s Philosophy:
Our restaurants philosophy is based on authenticity. Not in the traditional sense, but to strive to create food and hospitality from our core. To learn from our past, our present and to display a sense of ourselves in every aspect of our hospitality. When our guests leave our restaurants and events, they feel like they have experienced something a little different and very special.

This is a “private event,” not a “public event,” meaning that entrance is only allowed to Club members and you can’t just walk in off the street.

Parking is free on the street after 6 PM and should be readily available.

NOTE: All ticket sales are final. If you find you are unable to attend an event, you may transfer your reservation to someone else, but no refunds will be issued.

Please sign up at www.thevude.com for a free membership and to get details about our events. You can invite others to purchase tickets, but they’ll all have to register through our website.