Chef Bradley Stellings to Support The Glenholme School in Collaboration with Eataly Chicago’s Ongoing Series “Quattro Mani”

Chef Stellings, The Robey Chicago executive chef, pairs up with Eataly and Rossopomdoro pizzaiolo Simone Iavarone for the series Quattro Mani on July 4th to support The Glenholme School.

This is a time to help every child we possibly can to benefit from the incredible gift that Glenholme has to offer these kids. I can’t think of a better excuse to fly across the country for a dinner. Let’s all give generously! ~ a Glenholme Parent

Quattro Mani, an impressive series of pizza-pairing events, is well underway at Eataly Chicago. The series spotlights top chefs and well-known members of the Chicago food community acting as pizza-makers for one day. When patrons visit Eataly Chicago on Tuesday nights to indulge in the pizza made by that day’s host combined with a counterpart pizza from Eataly’s pizzaiolo, a portion of the paired pizza purchases are donated to a charity of the featured chef’s choosing. The Glenholme School is delighted to be named Chef Bradley Stellings’ charity of choice for his July 4th Quattro Mani venture.

A magnificent supporter of The Glenholme School, Chef Bradley Stellings will once again use his culinary genius to benefit students with special needs. His first contribution to the school was in the fall of 2015. Chef Stellings offered an exclusive in-home dinner party as part of the Manhattan auction and benefit to help fund the school’s scholarship. His culinary genius and impressive professional proficiency stemming from experience at Nobu57, Adour Alain Ducasse, and Public in New York City, as well as several appearances on the Food Network’s hit series “Iron Chef America” and “Chopped,” made his auction item an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and fetched a…

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