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Wine Pairing Wednesday with Allen!

April 1 @ 6:30 pm



Have you ever wanted to know what wines to pair with what dishes and why? Now you can!

Every Wednesday A different chef will teach you some amazing small plate and appetizer dishes and then teach you how and why they pair them with their favorite wines! Every Wednesday is a different menu and different pairing. You will get a complimentary sample of wine with each course, but BYOB for everything else! Join Chef Allen this week!

Join us for a night of food, socializing and fun while learning how to pair wines and cook awesomeness! This party is BYOB for everything but the one sample of wine per pairing and will be a hands-on cooking event!  Grab a friend or three and head on over for the best cooking event you’ll ever attend! You must be 21 to attend this event.

Price of admission includes cooking lesson, dinner, complimentary wine pairing…and general hilarity. BYOB!

Chef Allen’s Menu:

Crawfish Cornbread- Paired with a Savignon Blanc

Shrimp Creole Empanada- Paired with a Chardonnay

Bananas Foster-Paired with a Reisling

Date & Time: Wednesday, April 1st 2020 6:30-9:30 PM

Place: Get in the Kitchen! 3617 N. Broadway St., Chicago, IL 60613

Allen hails from a small city in southwest Louisiana (New Iberia, LA) that embraces the Cajun/Creole culture and food. At an early age, numerous family members taught Allen how to make Creole food. Allen attended Xavier University of Louisiana and graduated with a degree in Computer Networking and Engineering. Allen frequently visited Chicago during college and was blown away by the endless opportunities of the city. After college, Allen worked in food service for the Hotel Intercontinental in New Orleans. He next took a job with a national seafood restaurant chain and ultimately ended up in Chicago. Equipped with a desire to serve others the exceptional Southern delicacies that defined his childhood; Allen opened his first restaurant, Le Fleur De Lis, in 2010 in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago. The food served at the restaurant has been featured in The Chicago Tribune and Chicago’s Best. In the past year the restaurant has been featured on several television programs including: Hungry Hound, LeShock Value, and 190 North. Allen looks forward to the creation of a Creole fusion menu.


April 1
6:30 pm