Le Fooding Is Coming To NYC – Get Your Tickets Now


Le Fooding is an organization started in 2000 in France by two journalists who wanted to bring extraordinary food to the people minus the extraordinary prices.  The famous event is making it’s way to NYC via a two day food-fest held at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center.  The event will take place on Sept. 25th and 26th from 6pm-10pm.  If you love food, you HAVE to be here!
Chefs include the new darling chef of fine dining, David Chang, as well asWylie Dufresne, and Daniel Boulud of NY and Yves Camdeborde, Christophe Pelé of France. These chefs will be joined by DJs and performers for a true foodie euphoria experience.  Tickets are available for $30 or $60.  The $60 ticket offers access to the “Veuve Clicquot VIP lounge” with early admission and free champagne.

Tickets are officially on sale through their website Sept. 15 – (tickets have been available through a secret website prior to general sales so there are only a limited number of tickets remaining.  Get yours soon!).  Unfortunately, the secret access code function on the site is not working properly at the moment.

To find out more information about the event and purchase tickets, check out the official Le Foodie website.  Menu below:

Bon apetit et l’espoir de vous voir là!

Menu – Fri., Sept. 25

  • Bo ssäm by David Chang of Momofuku
  • Mini Henry IV casseroles with creamed cow’s cheese by Yves Camdeborde of Le Comptoir du Relais
  • Grilled chicken necks with yuzu marmalade by Wylie Dufresne of WD-50 chef
  • Grilled marinated pork ribs and “Teriyaki Pineapple” lemongrass by William Ledeuil of Ze Kitchen Galerie
  • Fried corn with scallop butter by Sean Rembold of Diner
  • Barbecued sirloin steak by Christophe Pelé of Bigarrade

Menu – Sat., Sept. 26

  • Traditional Moroccan couscous by Daniel Boulud and Olivier Muller of DB Bistro Moderne
  • Paris-New York Aller-Retour chicken skewer by Alberto Herráiz of Fogón
  • Black Label burgers by Lee Hanson, Pat LaFrieda, and Riad Nasr of Minetta Tavern
  • Steak with charred aubergine by Inaki Aizpitarte of Le Chateaubriand
  • Barbacoa (beef head tacos) by Julie E. Farias of the General Greene
  • Simmered beef and chilled Camembert meringue by Stéphane Jégo of L’Ami Jean
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