At Table: Food & Drink with Doug Katz
Sunday, September 9, 2018 5:00 p.m.
Douglas Katz of fire food & drink, Provenance, and the Katz Club Diner.
Four multi-course food events accompany our exhibition, At Table: Cleveland Culinaria, each planned by one of the participating culinary innovators. Attendees will enjoy a hearty array of small plates and craft cocktails, along with lively conversation with chefs, partnering visual artists and the Cleveland Heights Poet Laureate, Damien McClendon, in an intimate gallery setting.
“Our installation theme is based on the post-civil war industrial era in Ohio. We will use this period to study the roots of our rich local food and artisan culture in Northeast Ohio.” Douglas Katz
DOUGLAS KATZ | CLEVELAND CULINARIA CREATIVE GROUP
Billy Ritter, ceramics
Heidi Robb, food styling
Krista Tomorowitz, fiber
Timothy Callaghan, painting
Jessica Coven Stenson, wood
Adrian Eisenhower, painting
Shred and Co, furniture
Guest poet: Cleveland Heights poet laureate Damien McClendon will read a spoken variation on the event’s theme.
cured meats and local aged cheeses, house pickled vegetables, sliced and freshly baked country baguette, whipped grass-fed butter and foraged berries; morning baby lettuces with fall turnips, beets, carrots and maple glazed bacon with cider vinegar-thyme dressing; grass-fed beef, local mushroom and barley soup with parsley and chives; Rittman Orchards ida red apple crisp with custard sauce.
AT TABLE: FOOD & DRINK RESERVATIONS
Ticketed reservations for each event ($55 food & drink; Heights Arts members $40 food & drink) will be available online, at the gallery, and by phone to 216.371.3457. The Heights Arts gallery is wheelchair accessible. Advance ticket purchase is necessary as space is limited.
ABOUT DOUGLAS KATZ
Douglas Katz is the owner and executive chef of fire food & drink at historic Shaker Square, owner of The Katz Club Diner in Cleveland Heights, and Chef/Partner of Provenance at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Chef Katz recently launched the Fire Spice Company in late 2015.
For over a decade, Chef Katz has been celebrated for his unwavering support of local farmers and food artisans. In 2014, the prestigious James Beard Foundation nominated him for best Chef of the Great Lakes Region.