The St. Regis Atlanta and CURE Childhood Cancer Continue Partnership for Upgraded Third Annual Out of the Kitchen
The Southeast’s Most Celebrated Chefs Provide Intimate Dining Experience at the Exclusive Culinary Event Benefiting CURE Childhood Cancer
The St. Regis Atlanta is thrilled to announce the enhanced third annual Out of the Kitchen dining event, taking place at the iconic, recently refreshed Buckhead property on October 30, 2019. A collection of 20 illustrious regional chefs will prepare an interactive experience for discerning diners, with the event’s proceeds benefiting CURE Childhood Cancer, a local nonprofit dedicated to funding pediatric cancer research and providing meaningful support to children and families facing a cancer diagnosis.
New to this year’s event, Out of the Kitchen will now include two special tables with different sponsorship levels that will present elevated experiences to VIP guests. The first sponsorship level at $15,000 includes premium seating for 12 with Chef Philippe Haddad of Cape Dutch providing the meal, Nickel & Nickel Winery table service, a suite for the table host at The St. Regis the night of the event, access to the exclusive after party and chef reception, and name/logo recognition on all event materials. The second sponsorship level at $20,000 includes premium seating for 12 with Chef Fuyuhiko Ito of Umi as the attending chef, Louis Roederer Cristal table service, five rooms for guests and a suite for the table host at The St. Regis that night, access to the exclusive after party and chef reception, an engraved bottle of Cristal for each couple to take home, and name/logo recognition on all event materials.
“This event brings together some of the most talented chefs and philanthropic individuals in the region,” said Guntram Merl, general manager of The St. Regis Atlanta. “What truly makes this event one-of-a-kind is the charitable purpose behind Out of the Kitchen.”
Teaming up with culinary co-chairs Chef Jordan Barnett of The St. Regis Atlanta and Chef Philippe Haddad of Cape Dutch, The St. Regis Atlanta will continue to donate 100 percent of the event proceeds to CURE Childhood Cancer. Since its inception in 2017, the event has raised a cumulative total of $446,000 for the cause.
The unconventional event will take place in the Astor Ballroom inside The St. Regis Atlanta, followed by an after party and chef reception, which will be hosted at the hotel’s new three-story meeting and event space, Maisonette. The event will host 240 guests with chefs selecting the freshest and most divine ingredients to create a remarkable three-course tableside meal for 12 guests at each table. Attendees will enjoy live entertainment and delicious food, while also having the privilege to interact with the thought leaders of Atlanta. The evening commences with a champagne reception and concludes with an elaborate dessert reception presented by Pastry Chef Daniela Lea of The St. Regis Atlanta.
All chefs are contributing their time and talent to the fundraising event. Returning chefs from 2018 include: Philippe Haddad (CapeDutch), Reinaldo Santosa (The St. Regis Atlanta), Gerry Klaskala (Aria), Piero Premoli (Pricci), Jaime Adams (Il Giallo Osteria & Bar), Fuyuhiko Ito (Umi), Pano Karatassos (Kyma), Deedee Niyomkul (Chaiyo), Cyrille Holota (Le Bilboquet), Peter Kaiser (Kaiser’s Chophouse), and Joe Schafer (Atlanta Hawks). New chefs include: Freddy Money (Tavistock Restaurant Group), JiJi Lee (Heriloom Market BBQ), Gilles Schreiber & Alex Gut (AG at The Ritz-Carlton, Atlanta), Hubert Keller (Fleur by Hubert Keller), Nick Leahy (AIX), Bernard Guillas (The Marine Room at the La Jolla Beach Club, San Diego), Ron Hsu (Lazy Betty, Atlanta), Ian Winslade (Mission + Market), and Casey Thompson (Top Chef Season 3 finalist, culinary instructor and entertainer).
“Supporting local organizations like CURE speaks to the values and beliefs of The St. Regis as a brand. We are committed to making an impact within our community and supporting children and families that are part of CURE,” said Julia McKelvey, The St. Regis Atlanta’s director of catering and event management. “We value the relationship that we continue to build with this incredible organization and feel incredibly privileged to be partnering with them for the third year in a row.”
About The St. Regis Atlanta
Combining timeless sophistication with an unrivaled luxury, The St. Regis Atlanta Hotel & Residences debuted April 14, 2009. The 26-floor development features 151 luxuriously appointed guest rooms and suites, 53 St. Regis Residences, more than 24,000 square feet of contemporary meeting and event space, two exclusive bars, world-class culinary options, a state-of-the-art fitness facility that overlooks an exquisite 40,000-square-foot Pool Piazza and poolside Bar, a 7,800-square-foot Remède Spa, and Astor Court, the resort’s distinctive upper lobby restaurant offering compelling cuisine and an unparalleled ambiance. Each guest room and suite is attended by the signature St. Regis Butler Service, an ever present yet unobtrusive service dedicated to meeting the needs of discerning global travelers. The property continues to be listed among the Top Hotels in the South by Condè Nast Traveler for its Readers’ Choice Awards, and in 2017 and 2018 it received a Gold Badge in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Hotels in the USA. The St. Regis Atlanta Hotel & Residences is located at 88 West Paces Ferry Road in Buckhead. For more information, please call 404.563.7900 or visit www.stregisatlanta.com.
About CURE Childhood Cancer
Founded in 1975, Atlanta, Georgia-based CURE Childhood Cancer is dedicated to conquering childhood cancer through funding targeted research while supporting patients and their families. With cancer as the second leading cause of death in children, CURE dedicates more than $4.3 million annually to specific research projects aimed at curing cancers which affect children. Through innovative programming, CURE Childhood Cancer also provides crisis-oriented support to patients and their families, addressing their most critical and urgent needs. For more information, visit www.curechildhoodcancer.org.