Zeb Stevenson, a former Cornell art major, has risen through the ranks to make a culinary name for himself in Atlanta. Zeb advanced his career taking on the position of executive sous chef and opening Spice Market while training under Jean-Georges Vongerichten, one of the world’s best and most famous chefs. Later, Zeb made a move to The Livingston as chef de cuisine collaborating with chef Gary Mennie and he was quickly promoted to executive chef. During his tenure at The Livingston, he won Food Network’s “Chopped” cooking competition and opened Proof + Provision speakeasy, which became an immediate success. Zeb has evolved into a forward thinking chef and his commitment to local and sustainable ingredients allows him to be at his creative best.
In 1926, a group of chefs and musicians in Atlanta gathered in the tower of the Sears & Roebuck building in Atlanta, GA to put on a radio broadcast called Dinner Bell; it lasted only two years.
In the spirit of reviving this great collaboration, we invite you to join us on April 23rd at Watershed on Peachtree for a very special Dinner Bell experience. Quiet Hounds is honored to be joined by Atlanta, folk legends Indigo Girls. And if this musical collaboration doesn’t completely satiate your palette, acclaimed chef Zeb Stevenson will be preparing a unique, 5 course meal that will surely stun the senses.
In this third chapter, Dinner Bell Recollections showcases the beautiful talent, community and culture of our city. A portion of proceeds will be donated to Georgia Organics to help promote sustainable foods and local farms in Georgia.
Seating is limited. $100 Ticket includes live music, dinner and gratuity (alcohol not included).
This event is pre-sale only. No tickets available at the door. Dress is casual. Doors open at 7pm and dinner will be served at 8pm, please be on time.