MEET THE JUDGES
SUSAN WINIECKI - Judge Coach, Executive Editor, Richmond Magazine
MASTER CHEF PAUL EBLING - Acclaimed French Chef
BRANDON FOX - Former Food Editor of Richmond Magazine & Style Magazine
ROBEY MARTIN - Host of WTVR's Lunch Break
MICHAEL PHILLIPS - Sports Editor of the Richmond Times-Dispatch
EILEEN MELLON - Assistant Food Editor for Richmond Magazine
LAURA INGLES - Style Magazine Lifestyle Editor
COACHES' COOK-OFF DESCRIPTION
Attend one of Richmond's most delicious events on April 19th at 6:00 PM to watch UR's Chris Mooney battle it out with VCU's Mike Rhoades on the kitchen stage during the 6th Annual Coaches Cook-Off in The Dewey Gottwald Center at the Science Museum of Virginia. Enjoy an awesome array of heavy hors d'oeuvres, culinary treats, and cold beverages, while the action unfolds on stage. Tickets available right here on EventBrite and at the Positive Vibe Cafe.
Spider's Coach, Chris Mooney, will team up with Michael Hall of Spoonbread Bistro.
In the other corner, VCU's Mike Rhoades, will be cooking with chef Michelle Williams of the Richmond Restaurant Group.
All proceeds benefit the Positive Vibe Foundation, a nonprofit organization training and employing adults with disabilities.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available. For information, contact Garth Larcen at 804-787-0783 and download the 2018 Coaches Cook-Off Brochure.
Positive Vibe Café was founded in 2002 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization by the Positive Vibe Foundation (formerly the Get Lost MD Foundation). Unchanged today, the Foundation and Café provide hands-on training and meaningful employment in food services to individuals with physical and developmental disabilities. The Café stands on patrons and volunteers alone. Over half of the Café’s employees are unpaid and, with our patrons, assist an organization that believes in the bright futures of all persons. Together with our community, we have trained over 1300 individuals to work in the foodservice industry.
Max's Positive Vibe Cafe