The Chef & The Doctor: Fall Series at Bouley Botanical
Please join American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association (AARDA) as it celebrates its 25th anniversary of serving the 50 million Americans and their families who are afflicted by autoimmune disease. AARDA is the nation’s only non-profit organization dedicated to bringing a national focus to autoimmunity as a category of disease and a major women’s health issue, and promoting a collaborative research effort in order to find better treatments and a cure for all autoimmune diseases.
Commonly referred to as the “Father of Autoimmunity,” Dr. Noel Rose is Chairman Emeritus of AARDA’s Scientific Advisory Board on which he has served since 1992, first as a member and then as Chair. An immunologist, pathologist, and molecular microbiologist, Dr. Rose long has been associated with Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore, Maryland, where he has served as professor and Chair of the Department of Immunology and Infectious Diseases, and created and directed its Autoimmune Disease Research Center.
Part of Bouley’s Chef and Doctor Series, this event begins with a reception featuring passed canapés and a specialty health tonic cocktail. Guests will have the opportunity to mingle in the company of the guest doctor, as well as AARDA’s leadership. Chef Bouley will then prepare a multicourse menu with wine pairing featuring products and ingredients to address the topic of the evening. The doctor will present during the event and be available for all questions and answers.
Chef David Bouley and the Bouley Team have created a versatile new venue, Bouley Botanical, a living events space designed to excite all five senses, dedicated to the celebration of Private, Social and Business Events. Think of Botanical as a blank canvas that can be themed through color LED lighting, media wall, state-of-the-art sound, video and decoration to fit the mood of your event. Located in TriBeCa at 281 Church Street (corner of White), Botanical envelopes your guests in an environ of pure ingredients, featuring 400+ edible species of plants growing in vertical window gardens, supported by the largest bio-dynamic green house in New England.