The annual Notre Dame Prep Culinary Festival is set for 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 6 at Notre Dame Prep, 9701 E. Bell Road in Scottsdale.
NDP will partner with several Scottsdale eateries for a casual, outdoor event filled with food, beverages and community building. Culinary Festival, presented by Wilde Wealth Management Group, is open to the public, according to a press release.
Attendees must be 21 years old or older. The price is $100 per person, food and drinks included.
“We are so excited to bring Culinary Festival back,” said Heather Weurding, NDP assistant director of events and outreach, in a prepared statement. “It’s always fun working with our participating restaurants. We supply the beautiful venue, and they supply the amazing food.”
This year’s participating restaurants include Butta Cakes, The Capital Grille, Ciao Grazie, Fleming’s, Freshbox, The Herb Box, Grimaldi’s, Jenna Leurquin Patisserie, Lou Malnati’s, The Mick Brasserie, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Snooze, The Spot, Taps Fish House and Brewery, Tropical Smoothie Café, The Vig and Yolk Café.
Event-goers also will be treated to confections from students in the Notre Dame Prep Baking Club. NDP parents Lynne and Richard Miller and Crescent Crown Distributing will donate beverages for the evening.
The media sponsor is Cary Frumes of Life at McDowell Mountain Magazine and BeLocal, noted the release.
Notre Dame Prep is a Catholic diocesan college preparatory high school with a co-ed enrollment of 866 students. The school has received national recognition for the caliber of its academic, arts and athletic programs.
Registration is open at www.ndpsaints.org/culinaryfest.