CLOSED. Win Dinner For Two At Bouchon Beverly Hills | KCET
CLOSED. Win Dinner For Two At Bouchon Beverly Hills
This contest is closed.
We're giving away a really excellent night on the town.
One lucky, lucky winner will receive a three-course dinner for two created by Bouchon Beverly Hills' Chef de Cuisine David Hands (pictured at right), with wine pairings chosen by sommelier Rob Harpest. The evening will include a private tour of the Bouchon kitchen, and a copy of Thomas Keller's Finesse Magazine to take home.
Bouchon is owned by Thomas Keller, one of the leading lights of the U.S. food scene. Be sure to check out our interview with Keller and Hands to discover their cooking philosophy.
To be entered to win, simply sign up below to receive the KCET Food Finds newsletter, a weekly email that includes exclusive recipes and the best of our food coverage.
The contest ends November 18, 2013 at 5 p.m. PST. We think this would make an excellent holiday gift for someone special in your life!
Some details to keep in mind:
The dinner expires six months from the date of issue.
Gratuity not included.
The date for the dinner will be mutually agreed upon by Bouchon and the winner. Excludes weekends and holidays.
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