We were thrilled to return to NYC in collaboration with acclaimed chef James Gop of Heirloom Fire. James has been a innovator in fire-based cooking for some time, and has pioneered a new approach to catered events. Berkshire based Heirloom Fire prides itself on always sourcing the most sustainable ingredients, and this dinner will take that to a new level, with a menu that focuses on invasive species and sourcing produce, fish and game that is naturally abundant this supper celebrates the Fall's bountiful harvest in a conscious way.
Wine pairings by Early Mountain Vineyards of Madison, Virginia were featured with each course, and sommelier Lee Campbell discussed how this approach applies to sustainable wine. Brooklyn venue 99 Scott sets the scene for this special evening that brought awareness to environmental impact of farming while gathered around a distinct and delicious meal.