The Candoro 2013 Dinner series continues May 9. “The Busseni Dinner,” is so named because it is Charles Richmond’s middle name, which reflects his mother’s Italian ancestry. The Candoro Marble building is covered floor to ceiling in marble and provides the perfect setting for an Italian evening. The upcoming Busseni dinner features the culinary talent of Chef Vincent P. Vecchione.
The Busseni Dinner is scheduled to be held outside on grounds of The Candoro Marble Building
Chef Vecchione hails from Italy, and he is not only an authentic Italian chef; He does a great job of explaining the Italian culture and meaning of each food.
“I am a philosophy cook,” explains Vecchione “I enjoy preparing food that is not only delicious, but good for the soul. My food philosophy for this special dinner is the continuing circle of life found in the land, the sea, and the sky.”
These 2013 dinners combine the history of Knoxville with flavors by some of Knoxville’s best chefs.
Reservations for this dinner are available online via PayPal, and proceeds from the dinner series support the historic preservation of the Candoro Marble Building. If you prefer to make your reservation by check, simply mail it to:
Candoro Arts & Heritage Center
PO Box 9437
Knoxville, TN 37940
The Candoro Marble Building, former home of the Candoro Marble Company, is experiencing renewed interest and is once again becoming a cornerstone of South Knoxville. Marble walls and floors adorn The Candoro Marble Building, an architectural treasure in South Knoxville which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
9000 Executive Park Drive
Phone #: 865-693-4343
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