Eden Roc Cap Cana, Culinary Mecca of the Dominican Republic, Brings New Chef's Club Series

Culinary Collaborations With Iconic Restaurants and Hotels Around the World

Dominican Republic, Cap Cana , Juanillo, Punta Cana. January 27, 2020

Eden Roc Cap Cana, a culinary mecca of the Dominican Republic is elevating its dining experience by partnering with the most quintessential hotels and their culinary teams. Launching this month, The Chef's Club at Eden Roc Cap Cana will kick off a collaboration with the iconic Hotel Santa Caterina which will bring the best Amalfi dishes to the Caribbean and Eden Roc Cap Cana's oceanside restaurants. Adriano Venturini, Culinary Director of Eden Roc Cap Cana will be joined by Michelin- Starred Executive Chef of the Hotel Santa Caterina in Amalfi, Giuseppe Stanzione to headline a series of special dining experiences including an Amalfi Gala menu and several four-hand dinners. The menu combines chef Stanzione's innovative Mediterranean dishes with Venturini's local Caribbean flair - which will be showcased in the premiere fine dining restaurant, Mediterraneo from Jan 31 - Feb 7.

Honoring the best chefs of the era and merging culinary flavors from corners of the world, The Chef's Club aims to deliver new sets of ingredients, cooking techniques and kitchen challenges for dishes that go beyond cultural boundaries. The Chef's Club will continue with a partnership from Grand Hotel Quisisana's culinary team and Executive Chef Stefano Mazzone. Chef Mazzone will bring his known culinary experimentation and creativity to Eden Roc Cap Cana to collaborate on a signature Capri menu with Chef Venturini starting Feb 7 - 15. Throughout the year, Eden Roc Cap Cana's Chef's Club will continue with The Point, and other respected properties from around the globe.

January 27th & 28th, 2020: The culinary delights from Eden Roc Cap Cana and Hotel Santa Caterina will be on display in New York City at Palma Restaurant, West Village NYC at 7:00PM

January 30th, 2020: Eden Roc Cap Cana welcomes Amalfi with a Cocktail under the Stars on one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean

January 31st - February 7th, 2020: Amalfi Menu in La Palapa Restaurant of Eden Roc and Two Special Amalfi Dishes in Eden Roc's Fine Dining Mediterraneo

February 1st, 2020: Gala Dinner Amalfi in Cap Cana. A four hands dinner by Chefs Giuseppe Stanzione and Adriano Venturini

February 6th, 2020: Final Amalfi Dinner under the stars on the Beach of Eden Roc Cap Cana

February 7th, 2020: The Grand Hotel Quisisana team arrives to Eden Roc Cap Cana

February 8th, 2020: Welcome Cocktail with Hotel Quisisana at Eden Roc Cap Cana's Blue Bar Restaurant

February 9th -16th, 2020: Signature Capri Menu in Palapa Restaurant and Quisisana Signature Dishes at Eden Roc's Fine Dining restaurant Mediterraneo on February 11

February 14th, 2020: Exclusive 4-hands menu Gala dinner at Mediterraneo Restaurant

February 15, 2020: Eden Roc Cap Cana joins Quisisana for cocktails andLive Station buffet on the beach deck.


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