Set for Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 6 p.m. at Coda (1712 Walnut St.), this year's Philly Art & Food event has a Latino focus, with chefs offering up their best Latino-artist-inspired dishes for judging. Proceeds from the evening will benefit Taller Puertorriqueño, a local organization that works to preserve Latino and Puerto Rican culture in the Philadelphia area.
At the event, a judges panel will decided on this year's Singer Equipment Culinary Champion and Amoretti Pastry Champion awards. Guests, meanwhile, can sample dishes and vote in two people's choice awards: Best Table Presentation and Best Flavor Composition.
The chef lineup, per a Facebook event posting, is as follows:
Judges, meanwhile, include Eater Philly editor Alex Tewfik, Geno's Steaks owner Geno Vento, and Flying Fish Crafthouse chef Brian Duffy, among others.