Visit Sacramento announced the chef lineup for the 2022 Tower Bridge Dinner on June 7, featuring an allstar lineup of locals who will work with Culinary Adviser Brad Cecchi to make a multi course meal out of local ingredients to be served on the city’s iconic Tower Bridge.

This year’s chefs are Tyler Bond of Lemon Grass, Nina Curtis of Plant’Ish & Co. Culinary Arts, Patrick Prager, Q Bennett of Q1227 Restaurant, and Greg Desmangles of Urban Roots.

“We're really excited with the home-grown team that's been created for this year's Tower Bridge Dinner, and their areas of expertise are going to blend together for what I know will be an unforgettable meal,” said Visit Sacramento President & CEO Mike Testa. “Beyond the dinner, I would encourage diners to go and experience the food these chefs are serving every day in their regional restaurants. We’re so lucky to have this kind of culinary talent in our community that we can enjoy year-round.”

Created and executed by Visit Sacramento, the Tower Bridge Dinner is one of the nation’s most unforgettable dining experiences. Each year, hundreds gather to enjoy a locally sourced dinner prepared by some of the region – and the world’s – top chefs, served along Sacramento’s famed Tower Bridge. The inaugural Tower Bridge Dinner was held in 2013 and led by farm-to-fork pioneers, Chefs Patrick Mulvaney and Randall Selland. This one-of-a-kind-event draws interest from across the country.

PUBLIC TICKETS: registration for the random drawing for the chance to purchase two tickets to this year’s dinner will begin on July 15, 2022. Visit the Tower Bridge Dinner page for details on how to enter the random drawing.

As part of the fundraising aspect of the Tower Bridge Dinner, scholarships are awarded to Sacramento State students in the CAMP program, designed to serve students from migrant and seasonal farm working backgrounds.