‘Chefs Unbridled’ Returns to Gates Mills in September

‘Chefs Unbridled’ Returns to Gates Mills in September

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Chris Hodgson of Driftwood Restaurant Group.
Chris Hodgson of Driftwood Restaurant Group.
Chris Hodgson of Driftwood Restaurant Group.

Chefs Unbridled, benefitting Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center, is slated for Saturday, Sept. 13 at the Chagrin Valley Hunt Club in Gates Mills.

Eight of Cleveland’s best chefs led by Scott Kuhn and Chris Hodgson of Driftwood Restaurant Group will prepare a delicious seasonal tasting dinner for 600 generous supporters.

In its fourth year, Chefs Unbridled is expected to be a sell-out. This year’s chefs include: Scott Kuhn, restaurateur/chef of Driftwood Restaurant Group which include eight restaurants; Chris Hodgson, partner/consulting chef of Driftwood Restaurant Group; Tim Bando of Grove Hill in Chagrin Falls; Brad Cecchi of Urban Farmer Cleveland; Andy Dombrowski of Cowell & Hubbard; Jeff Jarrett of AMP 150 in Cleveland; Matt Mytro of Flour in Moreland Hills; and Ian Thompson of Radius Restaurant at South Franklin Circle in Chagrin Falls.

“I have been involved in the Chefs Unbridled event from the beginning when we started four years ago,” said Scott Kuhn, restaurateur/chef of Driftwood Restaurant Group and coordinator of Chefs Unbridled. “It is amazing to be part of such a wonderful evening, but even more worthwhile is aiding a wonderful organization and understanding how Fieldstone Farm is able to make a positive difference in the lives of those with special needs who use the facility.”

The event, which is the Center’s primary annual benefit to raise money for riders with special needs, will take place under a decorated tent on the grounds of the prestigious polo field in Gates Mills.

In addition to cocktails and appetizers, guests will sample cuisine from various stations around the tent. Food trucks will be on site serving as well, including the addition of the ever-popular Hodge Podge truck. WKYC-TV3’s Kris Pickel will be master of ceremonies for the evening.

Entertainment will be provided by the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra, while guests can also enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride throughout the grounds. A fundraising silent auction and raffle will also be part of the evening’s festivities.

Ticket prices begin at $125 and include a tax-deductible donation to Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center. Tables and sponsorship packages are also available. Reservations for Chefs Unbridled can be made before August 29 however seating is limited and the event sold-out last year before the reservation date.

For tickets contact Maureen Foster at 440-708-0013 ext. 123 or [email protected]. To learn more about Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center visit fieldstonefarmtrc.com.

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