“The Chefs Go All Out”
The Daily Press recently came out to experience our Sunday Brunch and they were not disappointed.
“Sunday brunch should be a grand affair, and you can’t get more grand than the dining room at The Chamberlin. Soaring ceilings, hand-painted moldings and plush fabrics contribute to its age-old elegance.” (Read the entire article here.)
Meanwhile, at events across the region, our executive chefs David Payne and Bryan Haines, along with their culinary team, continue to bring home awards and honors and accolades.
The People’s Choice
Tastefully Yours in an annual foodie favorite event and the largest fundraiser for the Virginia Peninsula Foodbank. More than 30 local restaurants participate in fun competition for a great cause. With great presentation and flair, made Tropical Scallop Ceviche w/ Mango & Papaya, Avocado Ice Cream & Fried Rock Shrimp and the guests loved it. So much so that The Chamberlin took home 1st Place in the People’s Choice Award.
Thank you to the Peninsula Foodbank for all it’s good work and for all the tasteful fun at this year’s event. Feel free to check out the organizations great photo gallery of the night’s activities. (See it here.)
Our Night at the Museum
The Chamberlin was also the big winner at “History Bites,” an event for and at The Mariners’ Museum, one of the great treasures on the Virginia Peninsula. Teams of chefs from the area prepared their best interpretations of a selection of traditional 19th century dishes representing the North, the South and the Navy. Team Chamberlin brought home the gold — or, in this case, the coveted frying pans. We won 1st place People choice, 1st place Judges choice and Ironclad Chefs award. (Read Daily Press Story Here.)
At the Chamberlin, guests are welcome to dine in the sophisticated and elegant Chesapeake Dining Room, or the more casual and relaxed setting of the Channel Bistro. If you’ve never had the pleasure, we hope to see you soon. Contact us today to make reservations for lunch, dinner, brunch or to take a tour.