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Best Chef's Table?

duluth21 Mar 5, 2010 12:09 PM

Who has the best chef's table in town? This is my reward for passing the CPA exam so the answer is critical. May I add that it is probably the only time I will ever do a chef's table so I want it to be memorable.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  1. Reservationsforone Mar 5, 2010 06:53 PM

    The only Chef's Table I've done is at Corner Table. It was amaizng! The chefs continue to create (at their own inspiration) and serve you courses (along with a beer or wine pairing for each course) until you say enough. It was an amazing experience, and I highly recommend it. The cost is $125. We made it to 17 courses (13 of which were paired with beer/wine). We beat out Rick Nelson - who only made it to 11 courses:


    1. bob s Mar 5, 2010 10:31 PM

      I've only been to the Chef's Table at Vincent - but we (a group of us) enjoyed it so much we did it again a few years later. The description of the Vincent CT in Rick Nelson's piece is a pretty good description of it.

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      1. re: bob s
        liney714 Mar 8, 2010 05:42 AM

        I second the vote for Vincent. We did it a few years ago and it was the best I have ever had

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        run2eat Mar 9, 2010 03:14 PM

        Cosmos at the Graves Hotel would be an amazing reward dinner. The hotel is modern and sleek, and the food matches. Their chef was also nominated for a regional James Beard award this year. Did the chef's table for NYE last year and it was amazing! Spendy but amazing.

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