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Best of the Fest
The finale! This extravaganza is an exciting open-air, music-filled event that will lift the spirits and please the palate. Some of the Valley's finest chefs will share the stage to craft a sumptuous five-course, wine-paired feast served in a beautiful outdoor setting with music provided by the Carmine D'Amico Trio. It's the perfect ending to the nation's longest-running food festival.
 
The finale! This extravaganza is an exciting open-air, music-filled event that will lift the spirits and please the palate. Some of the Valley's finest chefs will share the stage to craft a sumptuous five-course, wine-paired feast served in a beautiful outdoor setting with music provided by the Carmine D'Amico Trio. It's the perfect ending to the nation's longest-running food festival.
 
Event Details
Date & Time: Sunday, April 10, 2011 at 6:30pm
Location: Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa
7500 E Doubletree Ranch, Scottsdale AZ
Maps:
Parking: Valet & general resort parking available
Attire: Cocktail
Tickets: $175 per person
  All events, prices, personalities, performances, venues, dates and times subject to change without notice. No refunds or exchanges. No one under 21 will be admitted.
 
Date & Time: Sunday, April 10, 2011 at 6:30pm
Location: Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa
7500 E Doubletree Ranch, Scottsdale AZ
Maps:
Parking: Valet & general resort parking available
Attire: Cocktail
Tickets: $175 per person
  All events, prices, personalities, performances, venues, dates and times subject to change without notice. No refunds or exchanges. No one under 21 will be admitted.
 

Event Pairings
RestaurantChefWinery  
Ahnala Mesquite Room Jon Mortimer Laetitia Wine
Alto Ristorante e Bar at Hyatt Regency Salvador Prado Robert Mondavi Winery
Eddie's House Eddie Matney Woodenhead
LON's at The Hermosa Jeremy Pacheco COHO Menu
M Catering by Michael's Michael DeMaria Trefethen Family Vineyards
Ocean Prime Jagger Griffin Arizona Stronghold
Petite Maison James Porter Jessup Cellars
SWB at Hyatt Regency Ricardo Sanchez Torres of Spain Menu Sold Out
T. Cook's at the Royal Palms Lee Hillson Benovia Menu
Talavera at Four Seasons Mel Mecinas Tres Sabores Menu

Participating Chefs


Michael DeMaria
Executive Chef
Michael DeMaria

Executive Chef
M Catering by Michael's

Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Saturday Cooking Demos

  • Chef Michael DeMaria is renowned throughout the Phoenix Metropolitan region and beyond for his inventive and exceptional American and Italian contemporary cuisines
     
    Chef Michael was trained by the superior chefs at the five-star Arizona Biltmore. His dynamic background includes teaching culinary arts at the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco and working at well-known destinations such as San Francisco’s Ritz-Carlton, Phoenix’s famous Royal Palms Hotel and Lon’s at the Hermosa Inn, the Wilshire Country Club in Los Angeles and Westin Hotel Corporation. In 1992, Chef Michael was selected as one of 25 chefs to comprise Team U.S.A., which represented the United States in the Culinary Olympics in Frankfurt, Germany. For a decade, 1997-2007, Chef Michael’s highly acclaimed namesake restaurant, Michael’s at the Citadel, located in the high Sonoran Desert of North Scottsdale, received recognitions such as the AAA 4-Diamond award, Mobil 3-Star award, Wine Spectator magazine’s Award of Excellence and the Zagat Survey’s “extraordinary.”
     
    Business partners Chef Michael and Brandon Maxwell are co-owners of M Culinary Concepts business with operations that include: M Catering by Michael’s, a 36,000 square-foot commissary kitchen and warehouse, is a chef-driven concept serving world cuisine to parties of eight to 8,000; Main Course, Chef Michael’s unique corporate dining experience that offers meal service to businesses within their on-site dining facilities, as well as VIP events, special meetings and holiday parties; and M Restaurants, a cuttingedge, contemporary restaurant concept designed and developed by Chef Michael. His newest venture is Heirloom - An American Restaurant, located at DC Ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona, which opened in January of 2009. Heirloom has received high praise from area diners, as well as the media: “…dinner at Heirloom is flat-out delicious.” – The Arizona Republic; “…you’ll love DeMaria’s new place, which focuses on fresh seasonal delights.” – PHOENIX Magazine, October ’09; and One of 23 Best New Restaurants, November ‘09 – PHOENIX Magazine.
     
    Chef Michael continues to receive awards such as Phoenix Home & Garden 2002 “Master of the Southwest” Master Chef; New Times “Best of Phoenix;” Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame Inductee 2002; as well as several PHOENIX Magazine’s “Best of the Valley” recognition awards.


    Jagger Griffin
    Executive Chef
    Jagger Griffin

    Executive Chef
    Ocean Prime

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Chef Jagger graduated from the New England Culinary Institute in Montpelier, Vermont in 1993. He then worked as a sous chef at Christopher's in Phoenix from 1993 to 1995, when he moved to Eddie Matney's and rose from sous chef to chef de cuisine during his three-year tenure. In 2000, Chef Jagger became a part of the renowned Anthem Restaurants of America and was named executive chef of Italian restaurant Furio in Scottsdale. After being named as one of Arizona's Up and Coming Chefs in 2002, Chef Jagger was asked to help develop Anthem's fresh Mexican cantina concept, Salty Senorita, in 2003. Then in 2009, he seized the opportunity to become the executive chef at Ocean Prime. When Chef Jagger isn't in the kitchen, he likes to relax and spend time with his wife Isolda and their two daughters.


    Lee Hillson
    Executive Chef
    Lee Hillson

    Executive Chef
    T. Cook’s, Royal Palms Resort and Spa (Scottsdale, AZ)

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Chef Wine Dinners

  • AZ Culinary Hall of Fame - Chef Extraordinaire

  • Few things in life are certain, but here are three sure bets: Executive Chef Lee Hillson will greet you with a smile, leave you smiling, and dazzle you with his creativity and culinary style which he describes as “a lightly polished, rustic Mediterranean cuisine.”

    Chef Lee enjoys the challenge of creating back-to-basic dishes with a tantalizing twist, and he sources phenomenally flavored ingredients in his commitment “to be more in touch with what we use and keep the earth greener.” But it’s his approach to his job that makes him a standout, believing that a “chef cooks from the heart while a cook cooks from the wallet.”

    His fervor for fresh flavors is reflected in the ever-growing list of products he makes in-house. The rows and rows of cured meats in his charcuterie locker are expanding daily with luscious link chorizo, boar prosciutto, pork loin, lardo, pancetta, soppressata, coppa, mortadella, and lamb prosciutto to name a few. A brisk retail business has developed from the demand for his signature Orange Marmalade, made from the citrus hand-picked from the resort’s groves, as well as the T. Cook’s Pesto and Salsa. ”Not only is this a lot of fun, but the more things we can make in house, the more we can control the integrity of what we serve our guests.”
     
    In addition to running the kitchens and tracking labor and food costs on a daily basis, Chef Lee embraces his role as “babysitter, father and big brother” to his staff, all of whom describe him simply as “awesome.”

    Promoted to Executive Chef in 2005 after five years as Sous Chef, Chef Lee has experienced a meteoric rise in a business that now requires top-notch telegenic talent coupled with nerves of steel and razor sharp business acumen.  He has these in spades, as evidenced by his battle with Iron Chef Cat Cora on the blockbuster Food Network show, Iron Chef America, where with his secret ingredient (ham) he created the dishes twice baked ham and goat cheese soufflé and the T. Cooks classic rendition of pasta carbonara. Then there are his numerous stints as a Celebrity Chef on luxury cruises through the Mediterranean, Hawaiian Islands and Alaska. He was tapped by British Airways to create a First Class menu for the Phoenix to London flights and was nominated to the Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame. He has created remarkable meals for luminaries such as President George W. Bush, Barbra Streisand, Princess Diana, Richard Branson, Billy Joel and a favorite local celeb, blockbuster author, Clive Cussler.

    His heart is as big as his talent, so his leisure time is filled with commitments to both local and national charity events such as the Maui Charity Golf Classic-Susan G. Komen Hawaii, the Space Coast Early Intervention Learning Center in Florida, Taste of the Nation, Phoenix Cooks, Forks & Corks, and United Food Bank, to name a few. He even strutted his stuff for the Arizona Kidney Foundation as a “celebrity dancer” for their record-breaking charitable event.

    Somewhat of a prodigy, Chef Lee enrolled in culinary school in his native England at the age of 16. Just two years later he was cooking in the heart of Texas at the Hyatt in Austin, and then returned to London as the Chef de Partie at the Roux Patisserie, owned by world-renowned chefs, Albert and Michel Roux. With several prestigious stops as Pastry Chef in England, Hillson again crossed the Atlantic to become Executive Sous Chef at Vanderbilt Hall in Newport, Rhode Island. Within a few short months, he was appointed Executive Chef at this restaurant, ranked as one of the country’s top five by Country Inn magazine.

    After Rhode Island, Chef Lee joined T. Cook’s and has since been part of the lineup that has garnered acclaim from the likes of Andrew Harper’s Hideaway Report, Travel + Leisure magazine and a host of Phoenix/Scottsdale food writers. He has repeatedly taken top honors in Zagat Surveys, Gayot.com and the Arizona Republic/azcentral.com Readers’ Choice Awards. Hillson has cooked on many occasions at the James Beard House in New York, hosted a Friends of James Beard dinner at the resort, and tirelessly participated in countless local high profile culinary events.

    With a schedule that leaves mere mortals breathless, he makes time to get out of the kitchen and enjoys reading, yoga, golf, movies, traveling and is widely recognized for his lively and gracious entertaining at home and, of course, his ubiquitous “Cheers!” salutation.


    Eddie Matney
    Executive Chef
    Eddie Matney

    Executive Chef
    Eddie's House

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • One of the biggest personalities in town and affectionately known as “the most colorful chef” in the Phoenix Metropolitan area, Eddie Matney’s approach to New American Cuisine embraces the belief that the “melting pot theory” applies equally well to cooking as to sociology.  According to Chef Eddie, his cooking is a “Mirror of America”, multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and utilizes the many flavors that are native to classic American and Mediterranean cooking.  
     
    Prior to coming to Arizona in 1986 to open Steamers, Chef Eddie co-owned and operated the successful Stockbridge Café in the Berkshires of Massachusetts.  In 1988, he opened the award winning restaurant, Eddie’s Gril in Phoenixl.  In September 1998, Eddie and his wife and partner Jennifer Blank-Matney opened a new restaurant, Eddie Matney’s in the tony Biltmore neighborhood of the Valley.  In 2006, Chef Eddie partnered with NBA player Amare Stoudemire to open Stoudemire’s Downtown, located right in the heart of Downtown Phoenix. He also was asked by The Golf Club Scottsdale, one of the most prestigious private clubs in Scottsdale, to enhance its culinary offerings during 2007.  Eddie has now ventured back to do what he does best; cook, and be an entrepreneur. The buzz abounds regarding his latest venture: Eddie’s House, located in energetic downtown Scottsdale, which just recently opened for lunch in addition to dinner.
     
    Chef Eddie is also a co-host on “Your Life A to Z” on Arizona’s Channel 3, two times a month.  Along with being dubbed the “Number One Chef in the Valley” for five consecutive years by Phoenix Magazine, he has been celebrated for his unique culinary style in a number of prestigious publications including Food and Wine, USA Today, Bon Appetit, Food Arts, Nation’s Restaurant News and Money Magazine.  While in New York for his dinner presentation at The James Beard House, Chef Eddie was featured on CBS’ The Early Show.  This is Chef Eddie’s seventh year representing the Arizona Cardinals at the prestigious “Taste of the NFL” event. He also found time to co-author Heartfelt Cuisine, which is a quick and easy heart healthy comfort food cookbook.  He teamed up with Poore Brothers Potato Chips® to produce and market several seasonal flavors including: Chef Eddie's Mediterranean Spiced Chips, 4 Onion Dip Chips, Chicago Style Pizza Chips, s Pesto Chips and Smokehouse Cheddar Chips. Sunwest Distributors designated Eddie the exclusive representing chef of Viking brand in the valley.  
     
    His colorful and innovative approach to the preparation and presentation of food, coupled with his bold individualism and dynamic persona make Eddie a unique force on the national culinary scene. 


    Mel Mecinas
    Executive Chef
    Mel Mecinas

    Executive Chef
    Four Seasons Hotel & Resort (Scottsdale, AZ)

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Chef Wine Dinners

  • Scottsdale, AZ – Meliton “Mel” Mecinas, a 13-year veteran chef of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, was named executive chef of the Scottsdale property in February 2006.

    Mecinas’ passion for cooking began at home, following in his father’s footsteps.  He first began working at Yoshiro, an Asian restaurant in Encino, California. Mecinas gradually began to hone his culinary skills, “learning by doing” and through considerable practice, precision and perseverance.

    Mecinas’ next step found him working with veteran restaurateur Joaquim Splichal, owner of West Hollywood’s Patina Restaurant, Pinot Bistro in Studio City, and Café Pinot in Los Angeles.  Mecinas credits the nine years working with Splichal as the backbone of his training in the importance of service, presentation and attention to detail – all skills that would later serve him well in his career with Four Seasons.

    “I learned the value of elegant presentation, and the importance of using only the highest quality, freshest ingredients,” says Mecinas.  “Mr. Splichal had very high expectations for his staff.  But that’s how I learned to be the best, and the most creative at what I do.”

    In 1997, Mecinas began his career with Four Seasons, at the property in Santa Barbara.  During his time in Santa Barbara, Mecinas cooked the second course in a seven-course 90th birthday celebration dinner for renowned culinary personality Julia Child.  His Smoked Salmon Parfait with Osetra Caviar and Vodka Crème Fraîche Panna Cotta won rave reviews from the culinary great.

    From Santa Barbara, Mecinas joined the team at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, his most recent appointment prior to Scottsdale.  From high-profile celebrity guest requests and impressive gala award dinners to entertaining visiting politicians and dignitaries, Mecinas put his culinary training to the test overseeing Gardens restaurant, the Café, Windows Bar and Lounge, and the Poolside Grille.

    In Scottsdale, Mecinas is responsible for the property’s many dining options, including the two main restaurants – Talavera and Crescent Moon.  Both provide seating indoors and al fresco.  Additionally, Mecinas oversees Saguaro Blossom, the casual poolside venue that caters to guests from lunchtime through pre-dinner cocktails.

    Mecinas also is responsible for all food and beverage service throughout the conference and banquet facilities, juggling everything from a casual Southwestern barbeque for 100 guests on the Resort’s Troon Lawn to plated dinner service for an elegant wedding reception in the new Ironwood Ballroom.

    Following his arrival in Scottsdale, Mecinas reinvented the concept in both Talavera and Crescent Moon.  He introduced a contemporary American menu to the new Talavera signature restaurant, while drawing upon his own culinary heritage from Oaxaca, Mexico, to bring a modern Mexican concept to Crescent Moon.


    John Mortimer
    Executive Chef
    John Mortimer

    Executive Chef
    Ahnala Mesquite Room

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Jon Mortimer was born into a “food family.” His grandfather, Charles Mortimer, was chairman of General Foods in White Plains, New York. Jon started his first restaurant job at the age of fourteen and instantly knew that this was his passion. He worked at various restaurants while attending the University of Arizona and later the Horst Mager Culinary Academy in Portland, Oregon. Jon furthered his education by serving as a pastry apprenticeship in Geilo, Norway and a hotel apprenticeship in Fiesole, Italy. He then returned to the United States to enhance his career as a corporate chef.
     
    In 1990, Jon returned to Idaho to open his first restaurant and began to explore his culinary style. Mortimer’s opened in 1993, located in the Belgravia Building in downtown Boise. He opened his second restaurant, Franco Latino, in September of 2005 outside of Boise in Eagle, Idaho.
     
    Jon Mortimer has created a bible for “Idaho cuisine” with the release of The Idaho Table. This cookbook showcases the foods of the intermountain west and uses worldly techniques. His other accomplishments include: Certified Executive Chef (CEC) through the American Culinary Federation (ACF); Adjunct Professor at Boise State University School of Culinary Arts; host of the weekly radio show Radio Café on KIDO 580 AM;television chef on KBCI channel 2’s Culinary Tip of the Day;spokesman for the United Dairymen of Idaho; and consulting chef to Snake River Farms.
     
    In 2009 Chef Mortimer switched gears and left Idaho for Sonoma, California to work as Chef de Cuisine at the five star Kenwood Inn and Spa. This experience allowed for an in-depth study of farm-to-table cooking while fine tuning his ability for decadent food and wine pairing.
     
    Currently Jon Mortimer is the Executive Chef at the Radisson Fort McDowell Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. Taking the helm at the Ahnala Restaurant and resort banquet kitchen, his goal is approachable fine dining with New American and Southwestern flair.


    Jeremy Pacheco
    Executive Chef
    Jeremy Pacheco

    Executive Chef
    LON'S, The Hermosa Inn (Paradise Valley, AZ)

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Jeremy Pacheco is executive chef at Lon's at The Hermosa, a AAA Four Diamond restaurant in Paradise Valley, Ariz. Chef Pacheco directs a cuisine staff of 25 and oversees all menu development and food operations, including in-house private dining and in-room dining.

    Returning to the Valley after serving as chef de cuisine at Society Café Encore and Wynn's SW Steakhouse in Las Vegas, Tucson-native Pacheco is pleased to be home and at the helm of the celebrated Lon's.
     
    Pacheco won the "Vegas Uncorked Bon Appetit Award" in 2008, an Iron Chef-themed competition involving master chefs of Las Vegas. He served as chef de cuisine at the former Terrace Dining Room at The Phoenician and began his career at the Sheraton El Conquistador in Tucson where he was lead cook for The Last Territory restaurant. A graduate of the Scottsdale Culinary Institute, he earned his degree in culinary arts and sciences, and restaurant management.
     
    He brings new creativity and passion to the culinary program at Lon's at The Hermosa, elevating the restaurant to an even higher level and enhancing the farm-to-table dining experience. His artful American cuisine blends local produce and traditional ingredients with European influences. Growing up on a farm in southern Arizona, Pacheco is fully committed to using only the freshest, best ingredients, working exclusively with suppliers of natural or organic products, in addition to overseeing Lon's one-acre organic garden.
     
    Lon's cuisine has been awarded the coveted AAA Four Diamond award, 
    "One of the Southwest's Most Distinctive restaurants" by Gourmet Magazine, Phoenix/Scottsdale's "Top Five Restaurants" by USA Today, "Award of Excellence" by Wine Spectator, "Best Place to Appreciate Living in Arizona" 
    by Phoenix Magazine and "Most Popular Restaurant in Phoenix/Scottsdale" by Zagat.
     
    The Hermosa Inn is a jewel of a hideaway in the heart of the Valley, just minutes from Scottsdale, yet surrounded by an exclusive neighborhood of Paradise Valley. Originally hand-crafted by cowboy artist Lon Megargee as his private residence and artist studio, the inn's adobe structure has kept its "old Arizona" character and charm. 
    The culinary centerpiece of the inn is Lon's, serving breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner daily. Pacheco creates a special "Chef's Dinner Tasting Menu" that changes weekly with seasonal produce and ingredients from Lon's garden.
     
    Lon's at The Hermosa is located at 5532 N. Palo Cristi Road in Paradise Valley, Ariz. Further information is available at www.lons.com or by calling 602-955-7878 or 1-800-241-1210.


    James Porter
    Executive Chef
    James Porter

    Executive Chef
    Petite Maison

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Chef James Porter opened Petite Maison in August 2009 in order to bring great French bistro dining to the Valley. Using classic techniques and the most seasonal ingredients, Porter presents guest with a menu that is both familiar and special.  He makes daily changes to the days’ dishes, and also changes the menu seasonally. The restaurant is indeed “petite” with just 35 cozy seats inside, and 45 al fresco seats surrounding the free standing building, nestled in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale.
     
    Porter strongly believes supporting local independent restaurants is the key to helping the Valley reach our full potential as a culinary haven.  As a champion of local farmers, food producers, and independently owned businesses, Chef Porter is committed to using his culinary talent and business acumen to help the community grow.  After hosting more than 1,000 guests in ’08 alone for his acclaimed “Locavore Dinner”, Porter is considered a leader in Arizona’s local food movement.
     
    Chef Porter received his formal training from the Scottsdale Culinary Institute in 1992, and has continually added to his resume by working at an impressive list of kitchens across the country, including as the Chef de Cuisine at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, and at the Gables Biltmore Resort in Miami, to name just two.  He held an apprenticeship at the prestigious Greenbrier Resort, where he worked under Irish born Master Chef Peter Timmons. There, he refined the formal aspects of his profession, and received silver and bronze medals in ACF Culinary Salon.


    Salvador Prado
    Executive Chef
    Salvador Prado

    Executive Chef
    Alto Ristorante e Bar, Hyatt Regency Scottsdale (Scottsdale, AZ)

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • After moving to Arizona, Salvador began his culinary career working in various kitchens around the Valley. Fourteen years ago,he was hired by  Alex Stratta  at The Phoenician to work with him.  There he was able to hone his fine dining skills over the next six years.  For the past 8 years, Salvador has been an integral part of Hyatt Regency Scottsdale's culinary team, first in Golden Swan and then Vu under William Bradley and Brian Lewis. Driven by a quality product, it was a given that Hyatt and Executive Chef Eric Howson would want  Salvador  to open their new restaurant, Alto ristorante e bar in the Fall of 2007. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


    Event Sponsors


    Best of the Fest Participating Wineries
    Best of the Fest Participating Wineries


    Arizona Stronghold
    Arizona Stronghold


    COHO Wines
    COHO Wines
    Website: www.cohowines.com

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Jessup Cellars
    Jessup Cellars


    Laetitia Vineyard & Winery
    Laetitia Vineyard & Winery
    Website: www.laetitiawine.com

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Robert Mondavi Winery
    Robert Mondavi Winery
    Website: www.robertmondavi.com/rmw

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Torres of Spain
    Torres of Spain
    Website: www.dreyfusashby.com

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

  • Tres Sabores
    Tres Sabores

    Best of the Fest Participating Restaurants
    Best of the Fest Participating Restaurants


    Ahnala
    Ahnala
    Website: www.ahnala.com

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

    Festival Menu: Coming Soon...


  • Alto Ristorante e Bar
    Alto Ristorante e Bar
    Website: Alto Ristorante e Bar Website

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

    Festival Menu: Coming Soon...


  • Lon's at the Hermosa
    Lon's at the Hermosa
    Website: www.hermosainn.com/lons

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

    Festival Menu: Coming Soon...


  • Ocean Prime
    Ocean Prime


    Skye Restaurant
    Skye Restaurant
    Website: www.skye-restaurant.com

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

    Festival Menu: Coming Soon...


  • SWB
    SWB
    Website: SWB at the Hyatt Website

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest

    Festival Menu: Coming Soon...


  • Talavera
    Talavera
    Website: www.talaverarestaurant.com

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest
  • Chef Wine Dinners

    Festival Menu: Coming Soon...


  • T Cook's
    T Cook's
    Website: www.tcooksdining.com

    Festival Event(s):
  • Best of the Fest
  • Chef Wine Dinners

    Festival Menu: Coming Soon... 

  • 2010 SCF Photo Gallery
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