Macy’s welcomes Top Chef Season 10 winner Kristen Kish for special tastings and an inspiring conversation at Macy’s State Street
WHAT: Join Macy's as we salute Asian Pacific American cuisine and culture with Kristen Kish. Guests will enjoy cultural conversation, special tastings and more.
Following the discussion with Kish, Macy’s will host a Korean night market reception that includes local Asian cuisine sampling, skin care tips, Korean art, music, and social media tutorials.
In addition, with any housewares or cookware purchase of $50 or more, guests will receive a limited-edition Macy’s Asian Pacific American Heritage Month tote bag and cutting board, plus a photo opportunity with Kristen Kish.
WHO: Kristen Kish was born in South Korea and adopted into a family in Kentwood, Michigan. After showing an affinity for cooking at a young age, her mother suggested she attend Le Cordon Bleu in Chicago, and she has never looked back. In 2012, Kish won Bravo’s Top Chef, becoming the second female chef to do so. Following her victory, Kish began working as Chef de Cuisine at Menton, Chef Barbara Lynch’s fine dining restaurant. Kish left Menton in 2014 to travel the world and work on her cookbook, while also co-hosting The New York Times’ “36 Hours.”
For more information on Macy’s Asian Pacific American Heritage Month celebration, visit macys.com/celebrate and share your experience using #macysculture.
WHEN: Wednesday, May 17th – Noon
WHERE: Macy’s State Street – 111 N. State Street, 7th Floor Culinary Studio