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2 of the World’s Greatest Dining establishments Announce Collaboration in Sonoma County

Two renowned Michelin-starred restaurants from reverse sides of the country are joining forces for a night time of haute eating in Healdsburg. 

On March 31, the spouse-and-spouse crew at the rear of One Thread restaurant, Kyle and Katina Connaughton, will welcome Junghyun “JP” and Ellia Park of the two-Michelin starred Atomix for a night time of culinary collaboration. The two partners will craft a 10-study course tasting menu reflecting both equally restaurants’ Asian-affected cuisines and provider designs. 

Single Thread, which previous year retained its elusive a few Michelin stars and created No. 37 on the annual “The World’s 50 Ideal Restaurants” list, serves one of a kind Japanese dishes built from contemporary elements equipped by the Solitary Thread Farm. Atomix, located in New York Town, arrived in on No. 43 on the top 50 checklist, with the awards system contacting its revolutionary Korean delicacies “groundbreaking.”

Junghyun “JP,” still left, and Ellia Park of Atomix in New York. (Peter Ash Lee)
Kyle and Katina Connaughton of Solitary Thread in Healdsburg. (Eva Kolenko)

This is not the initial time Solitary Thread and Atomix have teamed up for a night time of Asian-fusion fantastic dining. In 2019, the Parks hosted a collaborative cooking night time with the Connaughtons in New York, through which the four restaurateurs shared their respective strategies and philosophies. 

“We are exceptionally fired up to cook dinner and collaborate with our excellent mates JP and Ellia,” claimed Chef Kyle Connaughton in a push release. “We experienced the enjoyment of joining them at Atomix in 2019 and it was so inspiring to see not only their delicacies but also their warm hospitality. We glance ahead to sharing that inspiration with our team and welcoming them to our property.”  

Atomix in New York. (Courtesy photograph)
The Art of Plating supper with Single Thread’s Chef Kyle Connaughton and Katina Connaughton and winemaker Olivier Bernstein on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018 in San Francisco.

The couples satisfied ahead of their joint cooking ventures came to fruition, when the Parks visited and dined at One Thread shortly right after its 2016 opening.

“We nonetheless vividly bear in mind how our initial eating working experience moved us, via its unique area, delicacies and hospitality,” the Parks noted. “We held in contact with Chef Kyle and Katina since that pay a visit to, and have come to be great close friends because. Collaborations are thrilling because we can trade two restaurants’ society and delicacies, and understand so a great deal from the practical experience.”

Single Thread. (John Troxell)

Single Thread’s philosophy of “omotenashi,” a Japanese phrase which means to foresee and wholeheartedly are likely to a guest’s every need to have, serves to enhance its farm-driven Japanese cuisine. Pair that concentrate on hospitality and seasonality with Atomix’s advanced Korean fare and you get a match made in upscale, Asian-eating heaven. 

The collaborative 10-class food will be served at Single Thread in Healdsburg on March 31 and is priced at $425 for each individual, furthermore tax and gratuity. Wine pairing is an supplemental $300 per person and the reserve wine pairing is $500 per human being. Reservations will be offered beginning Feb. 1 on Tock

Single Thread, 131 North St., Healdsburg, 707-723-4646, singlethreadfarms.com