NYC EVENT ALERT: Macy’s Welcomes Chef Marcus Samuelsson to Brooklyn

Calling all fans of the amazing Chef Marcus Samuelsson. The famed master chef, who also hold the title of Macy’s Culinary Council Chef, will be on hand at a special event at Macy’s in Downtown Brooklyn to teach you how to entertain in style. Learn how to impress family and friends at your next gathering with his spectacular food, fashion and home decor tips. The best part? There will be plenty of scrumptious samples to enjoy! you are also free to explore the latest in cookware, gadgets, and furnishings for your home because with any purchase of $35.00* or more in the Home department, receive a $10.00 Macy’s giftcard** , and a copy of Marcus’ book Marcus Off Duty**, which he’ll sign for you! Get all the details below:

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Friday, January 23rd at 6pm
Furniture Department on the Lower Level
Macy’s Downtown Brooklyn
422 Fulton Street, Brooklyn

Space to meet Chef Marcus Samuelsson is limited and on a first-come, first served basis (as of posting, there were only 63 seats left but they may add more). Please RSVP to: http://chefsamuelssonbrooklyn.eventbrite.com

To learn more about the Macy’s Culinary Council and upcoming events, log on to macys.com/culinarycouncil.

Event subject to cancellation or change. *Purchase must be made on January 23, 2015 at Macy’s Downtown Brooklyn only. Gift card and cookbook will be distributed January 23rd. **One per customer, while supplies last, while time permits. Seating is based on a first-come, first served. Macy’s gift card valid January 23-30, 2015.

17 replies
  1. matt lehman
    matt lehman says:

    in my kitchen we play nothing but rock and heavier rock, so id be cranking it up all night with a speaker that doesnt sound like garbage.

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