|Samuelsson, from Harlem to the Hills|
The one-night only dinner will feature dishes from both chefs repertoires, using produce and herbs from the restaurant's on-site garden as well as from the South Central Farmers' Cooperative. That means Armstrong's California soul food and Samuelsson's uniquely American cuisine, including things like Ethiopian tacos with injera bread and tartare, braised oxtail with fried plantains, and crawfish beignets with honey-beet sauce. A selection of cocktails and wines will be available for pairing. The evening begins at 7 PM. Tickets are $140 per person and can be purchased here.