Redlight Redlight's head brewer, Brent Hernandez, has found ancient Etruscan recipe beers to bring us back to 1st century Pompeii.
Bruno Fonseca's career has taken him from Osprey Tavern to Hard Rock and JW Marriott hotels, and now with his own Foreigner Experience.
A pioneer in eating locally and seasonally, chef Kevin Fonzo was known for many years as the force behind K Restaurant. Leading his intimate dining series, La Tavola, the intrepid culinary travels of Art in Voyage, and the guiding light behind the Kevin Fonzo Foundation keeps this chef very busy.
Roast octopus, shrimp, calamari/braised escarole/spicy chickpeas
Fall salad/bitter greens/pears/apples/blue cheese/walnuts/pine nuts/red wine-honey vinaigrette
Ricotta ravioli/roast wild mushroom/truffle
Braised lamb shoulder/roast parsnip, turnip, carrot, fennel
Dublin-born Stephen Doyle worked in Orlando kitchens such as Church Street Station, Pebbles and Dubsdread Golf Course before heading Hamilton's Kitchen at the Alfond Inn.
Neuroscientist John O'Leary is the chordal third of the "Best of the Bay" jazz trio La Lucha and a continuing collaborator with Joseph Hayes. His latest solo effort is CRISPR.
Orlando Magazine Dining Hall of Fame inductees Shannon and Janice Talty practically created the artisinal bread scene in central Florida with their Olde Hearth Bread Company, long before "organic" was the buzzword. They are recreating the original breads of Pompeii.
As the only independent producer presenting work during this series of artistic partnerships, freelance writer and playwright Joseph Hayes is crafting the Pompeii's Table events to celebrate Italian cuisine and the unique legacy of ancient Italy. Joseph knows the cuisine of southern Italy like il dorso della sua mano. He writes for national and international publications about food, travel and the arts, and has won five Florida Magazine Association "Charlie" Awards for his work in Orlando magazine. With 45 productions and readings of his plays from coast to coast and in four countries since 2001, Joseph continues to explore new environments for theater.
This remarkable exhibit is coming to the Orlando Science Center for a limited run. Orlando will be the final stop on this grand tour for Pompeii: The Immortal City, thanks to the Orange County Government through the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program.
Plunge into the heart of the drama and ruins of the ancient city of Pompeii. Spectacular immersive moments allow you to experience the destruction of the city and to identify with the inhabitants of that time, immobilized by the volcano’s ashes. Through artwork, interactive mechanical devices, and multimedia experiences, you will embark on a journey through time into the daily life of a first-century Roman town.