Feast on a BYOB Clam Bake with a Celebrity Chef

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In a Nutshell

Food Network's Michael Proietti serves up mussels, clams, scallops, shrimp, and potatoes at his City Island home

The Fine Print

Expires Jul 6th, 2014. This deal is for the purchase of a ticket. Reservations required prior to attending event. Dates subject to capacity and cancellation. Refundable only on day of purchase. Min. of 9 participants or experience subject to cancellation. No value after experience date & time have passed. Must be 21 or older for BYOB. Gratuity included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • $75 for one admission to a BYOB clam-bake brunch with Michael Proietti
  • Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
  • You must reserve your date here in advance of the event

The event will be held at a private City Island location. The exact address will be shared after purchase.

Each event is capped at 14 participants.


What You'll Do

There are few things more evocative of a New England summer than a clam bake. Celebrity chef Michael Proietti dishes out this tradition in a picturesque corner just east of the Bronx during a two-hour seafood brunch. While relaxing in his backyard and soaking up the sun, guests welcome in the season by digging into a steamed feast.

  • Relax with a Celebrity Chef
    Sip Michael's homemade ice tea, water, or your own toted-along beverages while chatting.

  • Enjoy a Seafood Brunch
    Dig into a classic New England clam bake, bursting with clams, mussels, shrimp, scallops, potatoes, and corn on the cob.

  • Explore Picturesque City Island
    Follow Proietti's suggestions off the beaten path to such treasures as the City Island Nautical Museum and seaside antique shops.


Your Host

Michael Proietti Michael Proietti
Chef, Chopped All Stars Finalist

Growing up in New York City, chef Michael Proietti took full advantage of the ethnic mosaic surrounding him. Wandering from meal to meal he developed a palate equally informed by Chinese and Indian cuisine as by his family's Italian recipes. This soon earned him not only a finalist's spot on Food Network's Chopped All Stars and The Next Food Network Star, but enough skill to generate a forthcoming cookbook.


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