Pop-up Restaurant in Midtown One Night Only

by Mike Van Houten / Feb 18, 2014

Adour will be an exquisite one-night affair at Greatful Gardens Restaurant located in Midtown at 555 South Virginia Street. Four courses of seasonal delight for one great cause.

Conceived as a collaboration between local non-profit Future Kind and Seattle’s talented, up-and-coming chefs Felipe and Jessica Prieto, Ardour will bring to Reno one indulgent evening of seasonal delights. Ardour will offer a four course menu using only fresh and local ingredients and the option of a wine pairing with your dinner. Located at Great Full Gardens restaurant in the trendy Midtown District, Ardour will seduce Reno for one night only on Sunday, March  2nd with seating from 6-8pm. All proceeds will benefit Future Kind’s newest educational project, Reno Heart Beat. To find out more about this exciting endeavor visit futurekind.org.

Chef Bio

Felipe Prieto

Born and raised in Colombia Felipe’s passion for the culinary arts led him south to Argentina to study at the Mausi Sebess Institute in Buenos Aires, the most awarded culinary institute in all of Latin America. Felipe has worked with renowned chefs in both South America and the U.S. such as the highly acclaimed Michael Mina who has won awards from the Michelin Guide and Tom Douglas who has twice received the James Beard award for Best West Coast Chef. Felipe currently works at Mamnoon restaurant in Seattle with chef Garret Melkonian. This restaurant was recently named best restaurant of the year by the Seattle Met Magazine and Seattle Magazine.

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  • February 18, 2014 - 2:21:20 PM

    Sounds amazing! Just wish it didn't conflict with the Oscars...