The Architects & Designers Building (A&D) in New York will be buzzing as chefs from some of New York’s finest restaurants join together with authors, interior designers and foodies in celebration of the 9th-annual Taste of T tomorrow night.
Thirty of the A&D Building’s showrooms are hosting the preparation and sampling of culinary delights, wine tastings and book signings for an evening filled with delectable epicurean creations prepared by esteemed chefs all while guests can indulge in design throughout the showrooms.
Among the participants will be world-class chefs including: Jeremy Bearman of Rouge Tomate; Joey Campanaro of The Little Owl, Market Table and Village Belle; Rebecca Charles of Pearl Oyster Bar; Ariane Daguin of D’Artagnan; Mario Danieli of Casa Lever; Brad Farmerie of Saxon + Parole, PUBLIC, and The Thomas; Sam Hazen of Veritas; Kerry Heffernan of TV’s Top Chef Masters; Shaun Hergatt of Juni; Max McCalman of Artisanal Cheese; Todd Mitgang of Crave Fishbar; Tommy Mosera of Tommy Lasagna; Seamus Mullen of Tertulia; Marc Murphy of Landmarc, Ditch Plains and Benchmarc Events; Nancy Olson of Gramercy Tavern; Bill Telepan of Telepan; Kee Ling Tong of Kee’s Chocolates and Simpson Wong of Wong.
Participating A&D Building showrooms include: Allmilmo Manhattan, Alno USA, Artistic Tile, B&B Italia, Bilotta Kitchens, Brown Jordan, Carlisle Wide Plank Floors, Cavendish Grey Architectural Stonework, Clive Christian NY, Davis & Warshow-Kitchen & Bath Center, Edward Fields Carpet Makers, Eggersmann Kitchens, Exquisite Surfaces, Fantini USA, GE Monogram, Hastings Tile & Bath, Innovative Audio Video Showrooms, Listone Giordano Wood Floors, Miele, Paris Ceramics, Poggenpohl, Poliform, SieMatic, SMEG Appliances, Snaidero USA, St. Charles, Sub-Zero/Wolf, Valli & Valli USA, Varenna Kitchens by Poliform and Wood-Mode/ACK.
The event will take place tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 8 from 6:00 - 8:30 p.m. at the A&D Building and the evening’s activities are being presented in conjunction with T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Tickets are still available for $85, here.