Women in FoodMonday, April 8, 2019 @ 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
(This program is SOLD OUT! Contact us about our waiting list policy.)
How much harder is it for women to open restaurants in Pittsburgh? Or is it? Join us for a lively panel discussion of women chefs and restaurateurs in different points in their careers on the state of restaurants in the city and whether gender is an influencing factor in startup to success.
This program will be moderated by Beth Kracklauer of the Wall Street Journal and Melissa McCart of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Light refreshments, appetizers and finger fare—prepared locally by Black Radish Kitchen—will be served in a community table-style setting.
Tickets are $10 for this catered event. Tickets are non-refundable and seating is limited.
Kate Romane of Black Radish Kitchen in Homewood, former chef-owner of E2 in Highland Park
Keyla Cook, chef-owner of Casa Brasil in Highland Park
Becca Hegarty, chef-owner of Bitter Ends Luncheonette in Bloomfield
Courtney Crawford, owner of the recently closed Nine on Nine Downtown
Amy Enrico of Tazza D’Oro