Rock the Earth is very excited to announce that we’ll be holding TWO events of epic proportions to celebrate the local food movement in Denver and Northern California. Featuring some of the top chefs in Denver and the Bay Area, these fundraisers for Rock the Earth are not to be missed by any food enthusiasts!
Dine Out for Earth Denver
On Sunday, April 12, we’ll be holding our second annual Dine Out for Earth Colorado, featuring celebrity chef and Rock the Earth Advisory Board member Chef Charlie Ayers as well as several other top chefs from Denver. This event will feature six courses of locally sourced cuisine, local brews courtesy of Great Divide Brewing Company, wines donated by Séamus Wines, and cocktails from Leopold Bros.
In addition, Dine Out for Earth 2 will include a silent auction of music memorabilia, art, and donations from local businesses. Music will be provided by Denver’s own DJ Russo.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have had to move the event to favorite foodie hangout, Linger.
Date: Sunday, April 12, 2015
Time: 6-9:30 p.m.
Location: Linger, 2030 W. 30th Ave., Denver|
Chef Charlie Ayers (Calafia Café)
Chef Daniel Asher (Root Down/Linger)
Chef Justin Brunson (Old Major)
Paul Reilly (Beast & Bottle)
Jonathan Power (The Populist)
Matt Selby (Central Bistro)
Cost: $110 per person (Feb. 15 to April 9); $160 per person at the door (if available)
For tickets to this unique and historic event, go HERE! But hurry − this event is limited to 150 people and we expect it to sell out in advance!
Dine Out for Earth California
Meanwhile in California, Rock the Earth is also excited to announce Dine Out for Earth California. On Friday, April 17, 2015, Chef Charlie Ayers will hold a second event at his Silicon Valley restaurant to celebrate the local food movement in the Bay Area.
Held as a benefit for both Rock the Earth and Earth Day San Francisco, Chef Charlie’s Calafia Café is hosting the event. Several incredible Bay Area chefs will be cooking with Chef Charlie to create an unforgettable meal featuring six courses of locally sourced cuisine, brews courtesy of Palo Alto Brewing Company and wines donated by Whitcraft Winery and Séamus Winery.
Music will be provided by the Bay Area’s own Dan Lebowitz (ALO), and Bo Carper and Rajiv Parikh (New Monsoon).
Date: Friday, April 17, 2015
Time: 6-9:30 p.m.
Location: Calafia Café & Market A Go-Go, Town & Country Village, 855 El Camino Real, Suite 130, Palo Alto, CA 94301
Chef Charlie Ayers Calafia Café
Chef Frank Otte Calafia Café
Chef Alexander Ong formerly of Betelnut San Francisco
Chef Hiroo Nagahara formerly of Bar Charlie, Charlie Trotter Restaurant Group, Las Vegas
Chef Mani Niall, Sweet Bar Bakery, Oakland
Chef James Hall (Rawdaddy Foods)
Chef Kelly Olazar (Calafia Café)
Cost: $115 per person (Feb. 15 to April 1); $160 per person at the door (if available)
For tickets to this unique and historic event, go HERE! But hurry – this event is limited to 80 people and we expect it to sell out in advance!