The Careers through Culinary Arts Program has been quietly transforming lives since its creation in 1990.
“Long co-chaired by chef Marcus Samuelsson, Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) is a grass-roots workforce development nonprofit that provides underserved teens a pathway to success.”
“Annually, C-CAP provides culinary, job and life skills to over 20,000 middle-and-high school students in seven regions across the United States: New York City, Newark, Philadelphia and Camden, Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington DC / Maryland / Northern Virginia and Arizona.”
“The Wolfgang Puck and Culinary Friends” Gala Benefit Dinner is a celebratory evening of food and drink on Friday evening May 12th at Jonathan Club DTLA, to benefit C-CAP Los Angeles’ students and programming! Longtime C-CAP supporter and celebrated Chef Wolfgang Puck is leading a tantalizing multi-course menu featuring the talented chefs all-star from his family of restaurants and ventures:
- Chef Drew Rosenberg, Executive Chef, CUT Beverly Hills
- Chef Ari Rosenson, Culinary Director Los Angeles, Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining
- Chef Della Gosset, Executive Pastry Chef, Spago
- Chef Eric Klein, Executive Chef and Senior Vice President, Wolfgang Puck Catering
- Chef Andreas Roller, Executive Chef, Jonathan Club
In addition, premium wine pairings by Hitching Post Wines (Santa Barbara) and Matthiasson Wines (Napa Valley), and more!
Joining us with more of the salivating details is the General Manager and COO of Jonathan Club, Matthew Allnatt, and Jonathan Club’s Executive Chef Andreas Roller. Jonathan Club has been a generous, long-time supporter of the mission of C-CAP and C-CAP students have successfully interned at Jonathan Club’s facilities in DTLA and Santa Monica and earned their way to become part of the Club’s permanent culinary team.
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