Charlotte chef Clark Barlowe of Heirloom restaurant will be cooking for the Jamie Kirk Hahn Foundation’s annual pop-up dinner on June 4.
Diners will enjoy dinner and drinks in a mystery location, which will be revealed in the weeks leading up to the event. Although there are some clues online as to the likely place: Many of the night’s ingredients will be sourced from the pop-up dinner site.
Beyond Barlowe, the chefs cooking will be Wilmington chef Keith Rhodes of Catch and Raleigh chef Steven Goff, who most recently was the butcher of Standard Foods and will run the new food truck, Brine Haus.
Tickets cost $175 per person or $300 per couple for the dinner, which is from 7-10 p.m. VIP tickets, which include an one-hour special cocktail hour at 6 p.m., cost $300 per person or $500 per couple.
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The Raleigh-based foundation is helps emerging leaders and community-based organizations work on the issues that will impact the future of our community, including poverty, food justice, hunger, and public education. The foundation was started in 2013 after its namesake was stabbed to death by a friend; the foundation’s mission is to champion the ideals of the young progressive strategist.