Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Chef Jake Bickelhaupt — formerly of 42 Grams — to join Chef Trevor Teich for fine-dining pop-up dinners at Claudia


Chef Jake Bickelhaupt — formerly of 42 Grams — to join Chef Trevor Teich for fine-dining pop-up dinners at Claudia

CHICAGO (July 17, 2017) – Chef Trevor Teich of Claudia popup restaurant welcomes his friend chef Jake Bickelhaupt – formerly of two Michelin star 42 Grams restaurant — to join him for four exclusive collaborative fine-dining pop-up dinners on Friday, August 11 and Sunday, August 13.  

Bickelhaupt and Teich will alternate courses and will collaborate on some courses during the dinners. Bickelhaupt will draw inspiration for his signature courses going back to his underground supper club to becoming a two Michelin star chef. Bickelhaupt will also experiment with new dishes he has in store for the future. 

Tickets for the collaborative dinners must be purchased via http://www.claudiarestaurant. com. The 5:30pm seating on Friday, August 11 and the 5pm seating on Sunday, August 13 will each be eight courses and will cost $225 per person (tax and gratuity are not included in pricing).  The 8:30pm seating on Friday, August 11 and the 8:30pm seating on Sunday, August 13 will each be twelve courses and will cost $325 per person (tax and gratuity are not included in pricing).

Tickets for all four dinners must be purchased via http://www. claudiarestaurant.com. All four dinners will be BYOB with no corkage fee, each of the four dinners can accommodate up to 16 guests, and all four dinners will be held at a private event space located at 327 N Bell Ave on the Near North Side.

Also, tickets are still available for Teich's solo summer ten-course Claudia dinner on Friday, July 28 with seatings at 5:30pm and 8:30pm. Tickets for that dinner are $165 each and can also be purchased at http://www. claudiarestaurant.com. Each seating can accommodate up to 16 guests each, and both seatings will also be held at a private event space located at 327 N Bell Ave on the Near North Side.

Claudia was a finalist in the "Best Alternative Dining” category in the 2017 Jean Banchet Awards. Teich started Claudia – named after his mother – in December 2014. Teich – whose first job in a professional kitchen at age 28 at three-star Michelin L20 under acclaimed chef Laurent Gras – also later worked at one-star Michelin Acadia under chef Ryan McCaskey and at NoMi under chef Ryan LaRoche. 

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