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Bryan Voltaggio to host local cooking competition

Bryan Voltaggio will emcee an April 23 event where four chefs will compete against each other.
Bryan Voltaggio will emcee an April 23 event where four chefs will compete against each other. (Kim Hairston / Baltimore Sun)

Bryan Voltaggio will emcee The Supper, an April 23 event that will feature four award-winning chefs participating in a cooking competition to benefit the Saint Agnes Hospital Foundation.

The James Beard Award nominee and "Top Chef" finalist will co-emcee the event with Julia Bainbridge, who is a James Beard Award nominee for food writing.

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In anticipation of the event, Voltaggio will host a private reception on Feb. 2 at his restaurant Aggio, during which the four participating chefs will be announced.

The April 23 event will be held at the Marriott Waterfront Hotel and will include a cocktail reception for VIP ticket-holders ($500 per ticket), which will be attended by Voltaggio and Bainbridge.

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Later, the chefs will compete in a three-course battle, with one crowned the winner.

Event attendees will have the opportunity to vote for the crowd favorite as they enjoy recipes from the chefs, including a dessert from Voltaggio. Each ticket-holder will be served a four-course meal.

In addition, eight people will be able to purchase tickets an serve as the official judges for the competition; those tickets are $5,000 per person. Judging tickets includes a seat on stage just feet away from the chefs. Judges will also offer commentary to the event emcees.

All proceeds from The Supper will support the Saint Agnes Hospital Foundation. Tickets are available beginning Feb. 2, and can be purchased at thesupper.org.

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