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Grant Gordon, Tony's, December 2012
Chef Grant Gordon's life was remembered in a special evening of fine dining in a replica of his dream restaurant, "The Edmont." Photo courtesy of Tony's
News, Shelby, The Edmont, March 2015, Harriet Choice, Bailey McCarthy, Pete McCarthy
Benefit organizers Bailey and Pete McCarthy. Photo by Shelby Hodge
News, Shelby, The Edmont, March 2015, Harriet Choice, Bill Choice, Terry Rambin
Grant Gordon's mother Harriet Choice, left with her, husband Bill Choice, and Terry Rambin. Photo by Shelby Hodge
News, Shelby, The Edmont, March 2015, David Cordua, Barbara McKnight, Matt Marcus
Chefs David Cordua, left, Barbara McKnight and Matt Marcus. Photo by Shelby Hodge
News, Shelby, The Edmont, March 2015, Worth and Lauren Snyder, Sheridan Williams
Worth and Lauren Snyder, left, with Sheridan Williams, major underwriter.  Photo by Shelby Hodge
News, Shelby, The Edmont, March 2015, David Morgan, Jillian Bartolome
Chefs David Morgan and Jillian Bartolome. Photo by Shelby Hodge
News, Shelby, The Edmont, March 2015, diners
The tables were set as if they might have been at the opening of The Edmont. Photo by Shelby Hodge
News, Shelby, The Edmont, March 2015, Harriet Choice, Bill Choice, Terry Rambin
Blue leather banquettes, stemware and china create The Edmont setting as it was imagined before the opening that never happened. Photo by Shelby Hodge
News, Shelby, The Edmont, March 2015, The sky-like ceiling
The party tent was so authentic as to have a ceiling painted with drifting clouds.  Photo by Shelby Hodge
News, Shelby, The Edmont, March 2015, kitchen
One of several tents where chefs worked their magic. Photo by Shelby Hodge
News, Shelby, The Edmont, March 2015, prep tent
The assembly line for the first course in a smaller tent erected at the site of The Edmont. Photo by Shelby Hodge