A New Dining Series!

By Bricco
Posted on May 19th, 2017
bricco flat iron steak

You’ve heard of a television series, but a dining series? If you’re a foodie, this is definitely something you’ll want to check out.
 
A dining series allows organizations or venues to invite chefs to create special menus around a theme or food. It’s a great way to see how different chefs approach some of the same ideas with freshness and creativity. It’s also the perfect way to experience a once-in-a-lifetime menu.
 
A dining series lets you try new wine pairings, new venues and different vibes. It’s more like an anthology show than a regular TV series, but for your taste buds. Each segment of a dining series brings you something fresh and new.
 

Come See Chef Bill Collier in Action!

Recently, Hollywood Casino has partnered with PA Beef Council to introduce the 12 Chefs; 1 Steer dining series. This series will put the focus on local beef dishes in a fun, upscale atmosphere.
 
Bricco’s Chef Bill Collier will be part of the series on June 12th, so mark your calendars and get ready to book now. Chef Bill Collier’s menu includes pistachio sponge, beef shank tortellini, Camelot Valley chevre and other dishes made from local, amazing ingredients. If you’re already familiar with Chef Bill Collier from Bricco dining pop-up events or the Bricco restaurant, this is your chance to try a twist from the same creative source. Chef Bill Collier had plenty of creative control of this menu to create something truly special.
 
The dining series kicked-off this May and will continue through next April with the intent of engaging patrons in the various segments of the beef community. Tickets are available for $60 a person at brownpapertickets.com or directly from Final Cut Steakhouse at Hollywood Casino. All patrons must be 21 years of age to attend. This is one menu you will not want to miss! Turn off your TVs now and be prepared to feast your eyes on something completely different on June 12th.

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