Some of Atlanta’s Best Chefs Are Throwing a Dinner to Support One of Their Own

March 13, 2017 Chris Fuhrmeister

Make plans to attend this dinner at No. 246

A roster of Atlanta’s top kitchen talent is coming together to support a local chef in need. Jason Fisher, 29-year-old sous chef at No. 246, has been diagnosed with a rare form of cancer for the second time in two years. To support their fellow industry veteran, the city’s culinary community will put on a fundraising dinner at the Decatur restaurant on Sunday, March 26, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

In addition to talent from local empire builder Ford Fry’s restaurant group, the following chefs will participate in the event:

  • Andy Steinbeck
  • Anne Quatrano
  • Billy Allin
  • Brandon McGlamery
  • Chris Hall
  • Collin Miles
  • Drew Van Leuvan
  • Gerry Klaskala
  • Hector Santiago
  • Jason Zygmont
  • Jonathan and Justin Fox
  • Josh Hopkins
  • Linton Hopkins
  • Miles Macquarrie, Bryan Rackley, Matt Christison, Jesse Smith
  • Nick Melvin
  • Rusty Bowers
  • Terry Koval
  • Todd Ginsberg
  • Todd Richards

Heaven Hill Distilleries and Terrapin Beer Co. will provide the beverages.

The dinner, a potluck-style, backyard event, will include entertainment in the form of ping pong and a live band. Entry is complimentary, but No. 246 suggests a $40 donation that can be made online. Funds raised will benefit Fisher and The Giving Kitchen.

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