D’Artagnan Celebrates 25th Anniversary: French culinary delights take a trip around New York’s best
If you love your food then you will go to the ends of this world to find something new on a plate that will tantalize your senses and delight your taste buds. Many across the planet love French delights whether it is in case of the finest wine that they brew out or the best dishes they serve out. Many such French delights made their way onto the US soil some 25 years back in the form of D’Artagnan. Ariane Daguin from France and her partner George Faisan started D’Artagnan in an attempt to bring their native Gascony gastronomic delights to food lovers across America.
This February D’Artagnan celebrates its 25th anniversary with a week long celebration in New York starting on February 17 and the main event of the show is set to be “32 Star Progressive Dinner” which will see top chefs from Gascony cook in the various 4-star restaurants across Manhattan. Bringing names such as Daniel Boulud, Jean-Georges Vongeritchen, Daniel Humm, Thomas Keller and Eric Ripert to serve the main course the evening will start with cocktails at 5pm and then roll on with a bus ride across Manhattan and finish with the main course.
For those who are indulgent about what they gulp down the $ 600 per person price tag on the evening is barely a matter of concern as this limited-edition celebration dinner is sure to set your taste buds on fire…