Macy's Galleria presents Kristen Kish
Macy's will salute Asian Pacific American cuisine and culture with former Top Chef winner, Chef Kristen Kish. Following the discussion with Kish, Macy’s will host a Korean night market reception that includes local Asian cuisine sampling, skin care tips, Korean art, music, and social media tutorials.
In addition, with any housewares or cookware purchase of $50 or more that day, guests will receive a limited-edition Macy’s Asian Pacific American Heritage Month tote bag and cutting board, plus a photo opportunity with Kish.
Kish has worked in many high-profile restaurants including Michelin-star Chef Guy Martin’s Sensing and Barbara Lynch’s Stir as Chef de Cuisine. Kish competed on Bravo’s Top Chef Season 10, where she won the coveted title, becoming the second female chef to win the prestigious competition. She went on to become Chef de Cuisine of Menton, Chef Barbara Lynch’s fine dining restaurant. She left this position in 2014 to travel the world and write a cookbook.
Most recently, Kish was co-host of 36 Hours, a Travel Channel show that partnered with The New York Times to bring the hit newspaper column to television. In each episode, co-hosts Kish and Kyle Martino arrived in a new city where they had 36 hours to explore the most delicious foods and hot spots, and experienced the best attractions unique to each place.