“Chef’s Table” returns to Station in Bloomfield on Oct 10

The upscale dinner series features a five course meal with wine or herbal tea pairings. Chef Curtis Gamble will deliver each course and talk through his creative process.

by Aadam Soorma
September 19, 2019

“Raw creativity from the hands of the chef.”

Showcasing the talents of chef Curtis Gamble, the team at Station will roll out their second iteration of “Chef’s Table” on Thursday, Oct. 10. 

The upscale dinner series is a prix fixe experience that includes a five-course meal with wine pairings. There is also a hot herbal tea option as a nonalcoholic pairing.


Guests will start the evening with a “gathering” that includes small plates and a welcome cocktail. As the formal meal begins, Chef Gamble will hand deliver each course and talk through his creative process as it relates to each plate. 

Attendees are encouraged to ask questions and mingle with Chef as he walks through influences drawn from Middle Eastern cuisine, Southern Italian cuisine and Moroccan cuisine all wrapped into a vibrant, modern take on fine dining.


“Chef’s Table” is on Thursday, Oct. 10 (from 7 pm to 10 pm). All tickets include tax and gratuity.

Guests can learn more via email: [email protected]


Header image courtesy of Station.

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In 2012, Aadam moved to Pittsburgh. He's currently parked (sans chair) in Lawrenceville and plans to stay a while. On the weekends, you'll find him driving a small green bus (Porter Tours) as he leads tours at local breweries. Got a fun story idea? DMs are open: @asoorma.

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