Atrio Cafe At IU North
The dining experience at IU Health North is more comparable to that of a Los Angeles hotel than a typical hospital. But that could be expected, given the chef who’s developed it from day one.
The hospital’s in-house restaurant serves fresh offerings, from salads to blank angus filets, to more than 1,600 guests a day through its food court and room service.
Andits chef has cooked for some of the biggest names in Hollywood.
Peter Fulgenzi is IUHN’s executive chef, and while today he heads up the hospital’s catering and restaurant, Atrio, he was once a chef of the stars, cooking for celebrities during the heyday of The Forum in LA and eventually working as a personal chef for John Travolta and wife, Kelly Preston.
He’s cooked for a lengthy list of notable clients and catered for thousands at various west coast hot spots, but for the past six years, he has developed Atrio into a restaurant good enough to bring people to a hospital just for the food.
Upcoming Events at Atrio Cafe At IU North
Past Events at Atrio Cafe At IU North
Sun, Jul 29, 2018 5:30 PM – Sun, Jul 29, 2018 9:00 PM @ Atrio Cafe At IU North
The Indiana Forest Alliance & Chef Peter Fulgenzi present:
+ a one-of-a kind meal by award-winning Chef Peter Fulgenzi showcasing the wildest edible treasures straight from Indiana’s forests
+ forest foods foraged by Summer Cooper
+ Silent Auction
$150 per person (all tax-deductible)
All proceeds benefit the mission of the Indiana Forest Alliance: preserving and restoring Indiana’s native hardwood ecosystem for the enjoyment of all. IFA led the charge to save Crown Hill North Woods and works across the state defending our public forests for the good of people and wildlife.
Support the forest cause and enjoy an unforgettable meal…
To avoid mandatory fees, purchase & reserve tickets at: https://indianaforestalliance.org/event/forest-foraged-feast/
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+Thomas J. Pearson Construction
+Smoking Goose Meatery
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