EVENTS

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TALKING FOOD AT 1900


AQUACULTURE

Saturday, January 26th at 5:30pm - The Discussion
Sunday, January 27th at 6:00pm - The Dinner

Introducing TALKING FOOD AT 1900, a new 3-part series at 1900 aimed to engage, challenge and educate on a variety of topics in the food world. Our first dialogue will be all about the world of "AQUACULTURE: the rearing of aquatic animals or the cultivation of aquatic plants for food."

We are thrilled to welcome to 1900 Building and The Restaurant at 1900, Christopher Haatuft, Executive Chef of Lysverket in Bergen, Norway, and Magdalena Wallhoff, a veteran of the aquaculture industry.

On Saturday, January 26th, Christopher and Magdalena will lead a discussion about why they do what they do, and the importance of aquaculture in today's evolving food industry. The talk will be moderated by travel/food photographer and writer, Bonjwing Lee. Please reserve your spot for this unique talk, which is free and open to the public - space is limited.

And on Sunday, January 27th, we welcome Christopher into the kitchen at The Restaurant at 1900, where along with Executive Chef Linda Duerr and team, they will present a 5-course meal designed to highlight the aquaculture industry and bring attention its culinary possibilities.

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A VENUE RETROSPECTIVE

Monday, February 4th at 6:00pm

Enjoy a 5-Course meal prepared by Dennis Kaniger, former chef/owner of Venue Restaurant, in collaboration with The Restaurant at 1900’s Executive Chef Linda Duerr and her team.

Cost to attend is $250 per person and a portion of the proceeds goes to Kanbe’s Markets, a 501(C)3 charitable organization dedicated to eliminating food deserts in the Kansas City area.

 
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natural wine at 1900

Saturday, March 30th at 2:00pm

A celebration of all things natural wine.

Enjoy tastings of pet-nats, organic, biodynamic and natural wines, shop cool local vendors in a fabulous setting complete with live music and light bites. Learn about what natural wine is, how it’s made, and more!

A portion of the proceeds will go to Kanbe’s Market – a not-for-profit “dedicated to eliminated food deserts in KC”.

General Admission
includes ticket to the festival & one raffle ticket

General Admission PLUS
includes ticket to the festival, one raffle ticket tote bag & early entry

VIP Ticket
includes ticket to the festival, one raffle ticket, tote bag, early entry
& complimentary ticket to a 1900 Building event.