Next On the Road Dinner to Feature Elkhart County Chefs

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Chefs for the March 26 On the Road dinner in Elkhart are, from left, Robert Standen, Slyvia Awald and Chris Janowsky.

It’s time to hit the road! Culinary Crossroads is gearing up for more On the Road collaborative chef dinners around the state in 2024.

In March, we head north to Elkhart County, where three of the area’s top chefs will come together for one fabulous meal. Chef Sylvia Awald of West on Warren in Middlebury, chef Chris Janowsky of Artisan in Elkhart and chef Robert Standen of Ruhe 152 in Nappanee will be collaborating on the March 26 dinner.

In conjunction with presenting sponsor Ivy Tech Community College and the Elkhart County Convention & Visitors Bureau, our On the Road dinner will take place at the Elcona Country Club. Guests will enjoy a complimentary cocktail hour with hors d’oeuvres created by the chefs before being seated for their multi-course dinner, which also includes wine pairings.

To reserve a table, please email info@culinarycrossroads.org.

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