Breaking Bread Collab @ Trill Cooker - The Underground Chef

With Chef Kelvin and The Gun Hill Brewery

★★★★ (3.7)


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Time Thu Sep 28
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Location Trill Cooker - The Underground Chef
Secret Locations
Bronx, Ny 10462

Price $125

Breaking Bread Collab

Chefs Jose DeJesus and Kelvin Fernandez put on a public introduction the New York Progressive cuisine. A cuisine that emphasizes local regional ingredients and traditions to the plate by ways of fresh and elevated ingredients. This dinner will be paired with a selection of beers from The Gun Hill Brewery.

Cuisine: New York Progressive

Meal: Tasting
Includes: Beer
For Purchase: Beer, Pairing Menu, Spirits


Seven Course New York Progressive Pairing
Menu to be announced at event. Dietary restrictions, please email us at
Gun Hill Brewery Beverage Pairing
Carefully curated bite and booze pairing put together in collaboration by Gun Hill Brewery

Come enjoy a high-concept progressive cuisine, where we always like to keep things interesting. It's a secret dining society featuring a dinner by a underground chef in an unpretentious setting….and it's all on the hush-hush! Everything is a surprise: the setting, even the ambitious multi course tasting menu. Serving degustation only, we take away the stress of ordering so you can sit back and relax. This is not a restaurant. This is an evening-long celebration of food at a secret location, and you’re invited. The "open kitchen" concept can be viewed from every seat in the house. Enter your email address to get on our list, and don’t forget to feel free to tell us a little about you.


Location: Secret Locations Bronx, Ny 10462

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About Jose DeJesus

Jose DeJesus photo

José DeJesus is the Trillest (true/real) cooker you will ever meet. He is a dynamic, energetic, ambitious and highly creative chef and entrepreneur who relishes in his passion for delicious food and memorable moments. José turned his passion into a career by attending culinary school at the Art Institute of NYC. With over 13 years of experience, he has had the opportunity to work with numerous talented and prolific chefs in New York City. He's also had the opportunity to work with restaurants such as Ouest, Deutche Banks Executive Dining Room, and IL Pesce at Eataly. He began to work as a private chef, appearing as a guest popup chef for Dinnerlab and joining underground cooking competitions. José prides himself in building his path as a self made Chef by putting himself in positions to be seen and noticed.