The Supper Club with Chef Tajahi Cooke and Chef Oscar Padilla
October 21, 2021 05:30 PM until October 21, 2021 10:00 PM
Join us for our first Fall Supper Club dinner on October 21st with Chef Oscar Padilla and Chef Tajahi Cooke at Toro in Denver! These two chefs will be collaborating on a Latin-American x Jamaican dinner to kick off cozy season in the Mile-High City!
First Seating - 5:30pm
Second Seating - 8:30pm
Learn More About the Super Club:
The Supper Club was created in March 2021 to serve as a catalyst for collaboration, conversation, and change in the hospitality industry. After six months of Supper Club dinners, we’ve seen incredible chef collaboration in the kitchen, locally sourced food, and ethical purchasing practices. We’ve expanded partnerships with local brands and have had real, honest conversations about the things going on in the world. We’re so proud of what Supper Club has grown into and the community we’ve created with all of you!
Who this Dinning Experience will benefit:
We will also be donating a portion of proceeds from each of our Summer Supper Clubs to Sophie's Neighborhood. Sophie Rosenberg, daughter of Chef Hosea Rosenberg, is one of 30 people in the world identified with Multicentric Carpotarsal Osteolysis Syndrome (MCTO.) This progressively crippling, ultra-rare bone and kidney disorder has no treatment or cure. Sophie's Neighborhood is a nonprofit 501c3 organization founded in response to her diagnosis. The foundation is fundraising for life-changing scientific research to discover a therapeutic that will stop the disease trajectory. Patients with MCTO currently have no hope for normal functioning bones and face many health issues as they grow. Please help us on this incredibly important mission to change Sophie's future outlook and that of her peers.
Learn More about Chef Oscar Padilla:
A Los Angeles native, Chef Oscar Padilla developed a passion for food growing up with his grandparents and sharing meals around their kitchen table. Prior to his role as Executive Chef at Toro Denver, Padilla was a culinary trainer for Richard Sandoval Hospitability, opening more than 15 new restaurants in the United States, Dubai, Qatar, Mexico, and Costa Rica. With a heart for training aspiring chefs, Padilla’s kitchen philosophy is to practice humility and to never be shy with the salt.