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In celebration of the upcoming Chihuly in the Garden revival at Atlanta Botanical Garden opening April 30, the Garden has partnered with local restaurants St. Cecilia and the soon-to-open Linton’s to host an exquisite Chihuly-inspired evening of colorful culinary dishes! Dinner and Art: A Chihuly-Inspired Collaboration will take place Sunday, April 3 at 6 p.m. in the lobby of The Pinnacle building in Buckhead beneath The Pinnacle Persian Chandelier, one of only three public Chihuly sculptures on display in Atlanta. The other two, Blue and White and Nepenthes Chandelier, are a part of the Garden’s permanent collection.
The evening will consist of a Prosseco toast followed by a colorful six-course dinner with wine pairings. Guests will enjoy a delectable spring menu inspired by Chihuly’s vibrant artworks, created exclusively for the event by St. Cecilia Executive Chef Craig Richards, along with guest chef Jason Paolini of Linton’s. Additionally, each guest will receive one VIP ticket to experience Chihuly Nights any time during the exhibition’s run at Atlanta Botanical Garden April 30- October 30.