Photo by Catt & Co Photography (Courtesy of Table Tours).
From left: Champagne at a Table Tours outting (Photo by Catt& Co Photography, courtesy of Table Tours); Brûlée Bakery Dessert (Photo courtesy of Brûlée Bakery).
O’Gara is particularly excited to offer sous chefs an opportunity to shine. “From my years in professional kitchens, I know that it can be frustrating to be a sous chef,” she shares. “They never quite have complete control over the menu. All successful chefs were sous chefs at some point. I really hope to find some people who are passionate about their culinary vision and confident that they can fill a room. There is a lot of opportunity, since these are one-night events.”
She continues, “If any interested chefs are reading this, feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Why did she decide to lay down some roots at Kettle? Katie says, “I’ve loved Kettle since it opened. It has a welcoming, understated chic atmosphere, and the menu is great. The owner, Sarah Brautigan, is so friendly and such a hard worker. We plan on creating a more intimate, warm atmosphere for these nighttime events, with tablecloths, candles and curtains. We’ll use the current seating arrangement, as well as communal tables for some events.”
Can’t wait for the winter pop-up dinners? Table Tours has a calendar full of events to tide you over, including two upcoming nights out in West Chester. For more information or to book your next Table Tour, visit www.tabletoursbytown.com.