Editor’s note: If you do not wish to read about the delicious goings on, please skip down to the last paragraph where you not only find out who wins this food battle, but you also will hear a tale of tattoos and Mexican wrestlers riding dragons.
Trinity Grove’s round one Fork Fight competition was a tremendous success last night. Omar Flores of Casa Rubia and Yaser Khalaf of Souk battled against each other creating four delightful innovative dishes for you to be the judge. Guests gathered eagerly anticipating a relaxing evening of food and wine while taking in the sounds of “DJ STRADIVARI The Violin Guy”. For one fixed price of $75 you enjoy an open bar, mingling with fellow foodies, bubblies, cocktails, and doing what you love most. Ticket holders luxuriate in a four course meal times two and that simply equals happiness. How many chances do you get to devour two of everything by two different talented chefs? I wish every meal on Earth could be served this way. Continue reading