Film to Table

I don't know about you guys but I know and believe that food and films is what life is made of. Last night, my friends and I attended the Film to Table, an event put on by Variety and the TriBeCa Film Festival at the Ace Hotel in K-Town. New York chefs April Bloomfield, Shane Lyons and Edi Frauneder created dishes inspired by iconic food scenes from the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. It was a retrospective so they made a moroccan dish after Aladdin, a LARGE fish after The Godfather's "Swim with the fishes" scene.

After the Tasting: Tribeca filmmakers Anna Chai and Nari Kye, the Food Network’s Alex Guarnaschelli, Variety’s Gordon Cox discussed how film and food converge to create our favorite moments in cinematic storytelling. It was a blast and the highlight was that I met Chef Alex Guarnaschelli and she is just so much cooler than I ever thought. 


When I think food and films I think cozy. Naturally, I was feeling tomboyish. I wore my favorite black tee by Club Monaco, vintage D&G capri jeans, Dolce & Gabbana thigh high boots, YSL clutch, a little winged eyeliner, a red lip and my huge hoops. I was comfortable AF and Latina AF. What do you think?

Amanda SaviñónComment