The Rosé Project X The Select 7 Host a Franco-Italian Dinner with Chef Marc Murphy
Join The Rosé Project x The Select 7 for a one-night-only dinner on Tuesday, July 10th, celebrating French and Italian rosés, prepared by acclaimed chef Marc Murphy at Landmarc Tribeca.
Set in Landmarc Tribeca’s newly-renovated and stunning event space, the dinner will take you on a culinary journey through France and Italy with one-of-a-kind dishes and custom rosé wine pairings from both regions. Enjoy excellent rosés, delicious food and a spirited atmosphere.
The multi-course meal will begin with rosé Champagne and cocktails at 7 PM, and dinner to follow at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $150 per person and pricing includes beverages and gratuity, seating is communal.
Tickets go on sale Monday, 6/18 at 12 PM EST via Resy.
Chef Marc Murphy has logged more than 25 years in the restaurant business, working in some of the world’s most highly esteemed kitchens, including Le Miraville in Paris, Alain Ducasse’s Louis XV in Monte Carlo and Le Cirque in New York. Today, Chef Murphy is the Executive Chef of Benchmarc Restaurants by Marc Murphy and Benchmarc Events by Marc Murphy.
A curated exploration into the worlds of motivation, food, beauty + wellness, travel, fashion, home design and social media by some of the most interesting people out there. The Select 7, founded by Pamela Schein Murphy, unlocks the worlds of today’s top tastemakers, acting as an exchange hub for people who want both the aspirational and the totally obtainable to share their finds, recommendations, and ideas.
The Rosé Project is where great rosé and food meet at the table. Launched in 2017 in NYC by Vogue contributor Kristin Tice Studeman, The Rosé Project is a pop-up rosé dinner series exploring the expansive world of rosés paired with amazing food by top chefs from around the country, including past guest chefs like Dan Kluger (Loring Place, NYC), Melia Marden (The Smile, NYC) and Ari Taymor (LA). The Rosé Project is serious about finding and sharing good rosés from around the globe, but not too serious when drinking them.