*SOLD OUT* Matty Matheson @ The EARL

Tuesday, April 30, 2019 — 6:00 pm

*SOLD OUT* Matty Matheson @ The EARL
488 Flat Shoals Ave SE Atlanta, GA 30316

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*SOLD OUT* Matty Matheson @ The EARL


In 2019 Matty Matheson sets out with his first self-produced program, ‘Just A Dash’, an instructional cooking show that brings the viewer right to Matty’s farmhouse kitchen, preparing some of his favourite dishes. 


The former Viceland ‘Dead Set on Life’ & ‘It’s Suppertime’ host picks up where he left off in this short form, 12-episode series. The new show will mark Matty's return to YouTube, the platform where he cut his teeth and built his ravenous fanbase with over 100+ million views. 


'Just A Dash' is sure to be Matty's next big hit, coming on the heels of his New York Times best-selling cookbook debut, Matty Matheson: A Cookbook in late 2018. 

Matty Matheson has transformed from early New Brunswick beginnings to the newly
appointed face of the TV chef. His TV show, Dead Set On Life, was one of the first
original series on the newly minted VICELAND television network in 2016. Since it’s
debut, Matheson’s skill set and charisma have propelled him to internet superstardom with a
dedicated social media following. He has been featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live, The Seth Meyers
Show, The New York Times, GQ, Rachel Ray, The Guardian, Forbes & Bon Appetit.
In late 2017 Matty and VICELAND began work on a new food-focused program called It’s
Suppertime. The 30-min show is a direct glimpse at the dishes that have inspired Matheson,
while making them accessible and easy to make as a new generation enters the kitchen. The
24-episode series in aired until late July 2018.
In late 2018 Matheson released his NY-Times best-selling book Matty Matheson: A Cookbook
alongside publisher Abrams. The book touches on family recipes, early inspirations and current
day favourites all while sharing stories and that are equal part heartwarming and inappropriate.