Best of the Fest
Sunday, April 9
Top off a week of culinary excitement with the festival’s grand finale — Best of the Fest. Eight amazing restaurants will create unique, five-course, wine-paired dinners crafted table-side by the chef. Each chef will serve two tables, decorating the setting to capture the essence of their cuisine and restaurant. Best of the Fest is the perfect way to celebrate the festival’s finale.
$175 INDIVIDUAL | $1750 TABLE OF TEN
CHEF & WINE PAIRINGS
Christian Brady, Alto at Hyatt Scottsdale| Ferrari-Carano Vineyards & Winery (menu)
Dushyant Singh, Artizen Crafted American Kitchen & Bar | Pillsbury Wine Company (menu)
Matt Carter, Fat Ox | Sbragia Family Vineyards
Jeremy Pacheco, Lon’s at The Hermosa Inn | Justin Vineyards and Winery & Landmark Vineyards (menu)
Christopher Nicosia, Sassi Ristorante |Quintessential Wines (menu)
Juan Solorio, SWB at the Hyatt |Cellar 433 (menu)
Adam Sheff, Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen | Aridus Wine Company (menu)
RECEPTION CHAMPAGNE PROVIDED BY
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THINGS TO DO
Enjoy a five-course meal expertly prepared by your choice of local chef
Peruse the silent auction for your chance to be on one-of-a-kind items and experiences
Each chef will be matched with a winery who will pair the dishes with their varietals
Harmonious melodies will elevate the dining experience under the night sky
WHEN & WHERE
SUNDAY, APRIL 9
HYATT REGENCY SCOTTSDALE RESORT & SPA AT GAINEY RANCH
7500 E Doubletree Ranch Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Will this event be indoors/outdoors?
The dinner reception will be held outdoors on the Palm Grove lawn. Please dress accordingly.
What charities does this event support?
The host organization, Scottsdale League for the Arts (SLA), is a nonprofit that raises money for local arts and arts education programs. 100% of net proceeds raised at events goes directly back to the community through the SLA’s annual grants program. To view a list of this year’s recipients, click here.
Is my ticket tax deductible?
The tax deductible amount of your ticket purchase is limited to the excess of the amount contributed over the fair market value of the ticket less any associated taxes and fees paid. You should work with your tax professional to determine the tax deductible amount (if any).