Some films uncover longings you didn’t know were in you — to move to Paris, to drive stick, to forgive your parents. Other films are more direct: movies about food usually make you want to eat.
The Food Film Festival, which will next be held on June 9 at the Glass House, Philip Johnson’s midcentury masterpiece in New Canaan, Conn., makes it easy for you. . .
This installment of the Food Film Festival is part of the second annual Dine With Design, an event that benefits the Glass House. The day starts with the Modern Picnic, a three-hour lunch on the Glass House grounds with dishes prepared by six culinary stars, including the James Beard Award winners Gabriel Rucker (of Le Pigeon in Portland, Ore.) and Missy Robbins (of A Voce in New York City).
Dine with Design
Saturday | June 9, 2012
A Modern Picnic | 12 – 3 pm
Food Film FestivalTM under the Stars | 6:30 pm
at the Glass House, New Canaan, CT
Tickets by phone, please call 866.811.4111