Collaborative chef dinners bring local food fans together

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Here at Culinary Crossroads, we believe strongly in building community and bringing people together around the dinner table. Our Dinner Series initiative began in April 2021, with our Spring Dinner Series at Highland Golf & Country Club in Indianapolis. Our 2022 series proved even more successful, and we’ll be back this spring with another four-week series of collaborative chef dinners at Highland, from April 10-May 1. In August 2021, we partnered with Paramount Schools of Excellence in Indianapolis to create our Sunday Supper Club dinner series, which ran through August 2022. We’re pleased to report that the Sunday Supper Club will be back for another season of intimate chef dinners beginning in Spring 2023.

As Culinary Crossroads is a statewide brand, we’ve also created our On the Road dinners that take place around the state. We’ve brought chefs and local food supporters together in Evansville and the New Albany area, and we’ll be back in both areas this spring for more great collaborative meals. And on Feb. 21, we’ll be in Fort Wayne for a collaborative chef dinner at the Union Street Market in the new Electric Works development. (For more on this creative reimagining of Fort Wayne’s former General Electric plant, take a look at our Featured Destination piece in this issue of our newsletter.)

We’re also looking ahead to On the Road dinners in Lafayette, Terre Haute, South Bend and Valparaiso. We hope to see you at one of our events in Indy or around the state!

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