CELEBRATING A DELICIOUS
WAY TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
benefiting The Doorways
Saturday, September 28, 2019
The Jefferson Hotel at 5:30pm
SAVOR is The Doorways' largest signature fundraising event, now celebrating its 11th year! SAVOR brings together award-winning chefs from coast to coast and around the world for an epicurean evening—all to benefit The Doorways! Guests are treated to a unique gourmet dining experience packed with delicious food and beverages from chefs and artisans from all over the city, state and world!
Enjoy craft cocktails and beers prepared by some of Richmond's finest artisans, delicious small plates and hors d'oeuvres crafted by acclaimed local and regional chefs, a 3-course, wine-paired meal handcrafted by acclaimed national chefs and, of course, gorgeous desserts hand-prepared by Richmond's finest dessert chefs. SAVOR also hosts a silent and live auction featuring fine wines and dinners at top restaurants, home entertainment packages, and plenty of travel excursions and getaway packages.
Your participation in SAVOR helps raise critical funds to support our mission of providing lodging and support services to families in medical crisis.
2019 Committee Members
Mark Herndon and Leslie Stack
Our Featured Chefs
Chef Eliza Gavin
Raised in Richmond, Virginia, Eliza ran her first kitchen while attending college. Since then, she has continued her culinary education in New Orleans, Napa Valley and Paris, learning Classic Creole Cuisine and classical French techniques. Eliza now calls Telluride, CO home and is owner and Head Chef of 221 South Oak, a renowned Telluride restaurant known for its intimate atmosphere and delectable cuisine. Eliza can be found in the kitchens of 221 preparing the freshest ingredients possible.
Shortly after moving back to the United States, Eliza spent a year working on a cookbook before moving to Telluride. She cooked at 221 for a winter until she bought it in the fall of 2000. She prepares the freshest possible ingredients and styles that reflect her training and experiences.
To learn more about Chef Gavins and 221 South Oak, visit https://www.221southoak.com/
Chef John Brand
A self-taught nationally recognized chef, John Brand grew up in parts of the Midwest and has cooked in great kitchens with great chefs. It started with washing dishes at Riverside Ballroom in Green Bay and has led to kitchens in Spokane, Minneapolis, Beaver Creek, The Little Nell in Aspen, Keswick Hall near Charlottesville, Broadmoor, Scottsdale and twice in San Antonio. John is now the chef and culinary director at Hotel Emma, a restaurant with a part farm table part bistro table feel located along the banks of the San Antonio River.
To learn more about Chef Brand and Hotel Emma, visit https://www.thehotelemma.com/culinary/food-at-emma/