Hour Detroit magazine’s Savor Detroit is a five-night dinner series featuring custom menus developed by the city’s most celebrated chefs. Each night, a duo of chefs prepare a one-of-a-kind four-course meal complete with thoughtfully selected wine pairings. Guests also enjoy a cocktail hour featuring mixologists from The Sugar House, light appetizers, live entertainment, and unique art installations by local photographer Jenny Risher for the ultimate culinary experience.
Chef Daniele Dell’Acqua is executive chef at The Silver Spoon in Rochester Hills, the culmination of 34 years of hard work. The restaurant epitomizes what Chef Dell’Acqua says … (read more)
Garrett Lipar grew up in Waterford, Michigan enjoying and respecting the seasons we have here. He spent countless hours in his grandparents vast garden, growing, tasting … (read more)
James Rigato is the executive chef of The Root Restaurant & Bar in White Lake, Mich. where he features Midwestern flavors and a commitment to sustainable sourcing … (read more)
Chef de Cuisine Benjamin Meyer is fluent is a wide array of culinary styles. His wealth of experience and expertise in various facets of the culinary industry … (read more)
Rick Halberg is an award-winning chef who has applied his exceptional culinary creativity in the Detroit area for the past 35 years. He has been the force behind … (read more)
Adam Polisei employs a passionate and approachable leadership style in his role as executive chef of Ocean Prime in Troy, Mich. With an athletic background, Polisei mentors … (read more)
Chef Brandon Johns brings to Grange a passion for fresh, seasonal and locally sourced menu items. Grange features a regional, evolving menu highlighting the best products and ingredients … (read more)
Chef Brian Polcyn is an award-winning chef and charcuterie expert. Chef Polcyn is nationally recognized for his creativity and culinary talents, and as the visionary behind … (read more)
Originally from Detroit, Executive Chef Reva Constantine was lured into the culinary world when her passion for this industry and food was recognized at an early age … (read more)
Takashi Yagihashi opened his namesake Chicago restaurant, Takashi, in December 2007 to immediate critical and consumer success. Both Esquire and Chicago magazines … (read more)
Gleaners Community Food Bank
For more than 37 years, Gleaners Community Food Bank has been “feeding hungry people and nourishing our communities.” Last year, Gleaners distributed 41 million pounds of emergency food to more than 550 partner soup kitchens, shelters and pantries in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Livingston and Monroe counties.
Of every dollar donated, Gleaners uses 94 cents for food and food programs. One dollar provides three meals for a hungry neighbor.
Jenny Risher is a graduate of The College For Creative Studies in Detroit. Her continual strive for perfection, fresh style, and natural sensibility has afforded her the opportunity to photograph for many illustrious clients. Her photographs have been published in numerous national advertising and editorial publications.
Risher completed her first book, Heart Soul Detroit, where she interviewed and photographed 50 iconic Detroiters, including Iggy Pop, Smokey Robinson, Jack White, Dr. Jack Kevorkian, Lily Tomlin, Eminem, and Tim Allen. Risher will be signing copies of Heart Soul Detroit for guests at Savor Detroit, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Gleaners.
Risher will also exhibit a pop-up gallery of her car and dog series created exclusively for Savor Detroit, inspired by her sons Alex and Oliver’s favorite book, P.D. Eastman’s Go Dog Go. Risher’s photographs will be available for silent auction with a portion of the proceeds also benefiting Gleaners.
Sponsorship opportunities available. Contact Jason Hosko at email@example.com, or by phone at (248) 691-1800 ext. 126.