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Press Releases Join Gather by D’Amico’s August Chef-in-Residence Beth Fisher of Wise Acre Eatery for a Tasting Event

Gather by D’Amico features chef Beth Fisher as its chef-in-residence on Thursday, August 7. She takes her signature dishes from farm to table with homegrown, homemade culinary delectables at this tasting event. Guests can sample Fisher’s complimentary menu items on August 7, 5-9 pm, with the two featured items being offered for sale on subsequent Thursday evenings throughout August. (Reservations highly recommended.) On the first Thursday of each month, a new featured guest chef serves complimentary samples and is on site to answer questions and meet guests. Gather features a happy hour and full bar with an innovative specialty cocktail menu every Thursday evening.

In addition to the events in Gather, Target Free Thursday Nights feature programs throughout the Walker, including performances, artist talks, and gallery exhibitions. For more information, visit http://calendar.walkerart.org/tftn/index.wac


About the Chef
Chef Beth Fisher has been cooking up incredible comfort food locally for many years. With partner Caroline Glawe, she is part of the creative team behind the Wise Acre Eatery, which has won 5 “Best of” awards since opening 3 years ago. With a lifelong dedication to homemade, scratch-cooking using the finest local ingredients, Fisher creates culinary adventures with her unique Southern twist on classic American cuisine.

The Wise Acre Eatery connects guests to the source of their food, most of which comes from Tangletown Gardens’ 100-acre farm in rural Plato, MN, where Scottish Highland Cattle, Berkshire and Large Black hogs, and free-range chickens, ducks, and turkeys live stress-free, hormone-free lives with plenty of room to roam. Fresh produce is grown year-round in the greenhouses and fields. Employees of the Wise Acre Eatery are sowing the seeds, nurturing plants, and tending the animals in the morning, then delivering the harvest to the restaurant’s kitchen in the afternoon—it just doesn’t get any more local than that.

Beth Fisher

Photo: © 2014 Isabel Subtil