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The ultimate fall BBQ, where 15 hot chefs give it all.

For ONE afternoon only - your favorite Pittsburgh Chefs throw down their favorite dishes for the second annual Back of the House!

You're Invited to taste their most candid and personally inspired BBQ creations. This event and participating chefs are helping to support YouthPlaces job training for the Food Service industry.

Price: Includes: 5 food tastings
Adults 18+: $35 in advance, $40 at the door
Kids 17 and under: $12 in advance and $15 at the door
Kids 5 and under are FREE

Featured Chefs:

Kate Romane - e2, Kate Romane Productions

Stephen Felder - Stagioni

Derek Burnell - Round Corner Cantina, El Burro

Kevin Hermann - The Porch at Schenley

Dom Branduzzi - Piccolo Forno, Grapperia

Leah Lizarondo - Brazen Kitchen

Roger Li - Umami

Sam DiBattista - Vivo Kitchen

Curtis Gamble - Station

Jennifer Gerasole - Girasole

Brian Little - Six Penn Kitchen

Omar Abuhejleh - B52

Rafael Vencio - Smallman Galley

drinks by Bar Marco
Featuring DJ Selecta

October 25, 2015 | 3-6 PM
$35 advanced or $40 at the doortickets and details available at
This event and participating chefs are helping to support YouthPlaces job training for the Food Service industry.

Sponsored by:

TABLE Magazine, Paragon Foods, Eat’n Park Hospitality Group, WYEP-FM, Revive Marketing Group, Yelp, Paragon Foods, Natrona Bottling, Mediterra, Whole Foods Market, Leinenkugel’s, Crispin Cider Co., YaMomzHouse, First National Bank, Zero Fossil, Auto Palace Porsche, Strip District Meats, Market Street Grocery, People's Gas, Sauza 901, Jim Beam Apple, Don Q Anejo Rum

*Tickets include tastings of food items only. Beverages will be available for additional cost. Additional tastings and beverages available in increments of $7. CASH transactions only. Tickets $40 at the door (includes 5 tastings of food). Vegetarian and vegan options will available. Ticket proceeds benefit YouthPlaces.

ABOUT YouthPlaces
YouthPlaces ensures that underserved, high-risk youth ages 12-18 engage in quality after school programs in their neighborhoods. YouthPlaces also has a career development initiative, YP First Jobs, for older teens and young adults, ages 16-25 to connect them to employment and training opportunities.Programs are shaped by the community and youth leaders developing the skills of youth and increasing their opportunity for success. Annually, YouthPlaces touches the lives of 4,000 youth at 17 program sites.
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By: Table Magazine

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