Top Chef Season 7 winner Kevin Sbraga is back!!! And this time, he’s making some drool-worthy tacos that will have you and your family coming back for seconds.

The Menu: Tex-Mex Taco Tuesday

Family Meal (Serves 4) for [$49]

Chips & Dip | Green Chili Queso Blanco

Street Corn Salad | Cilantro Lime Mayo & Cotija Cheese

Build Your Own Tacos | Ground Angus Beef, Chicken Barbacoa, Shredded Jack Cheese, Romaine Lettuce, Pico de Gallo, White Onions, Sour Cream & 12 Soft Flour Tortillas

Spanish Rice | Red Rice, Black Beans & Cilantro

Includes 6pk Dos XX Beer with Lime

Pre-Order Now!

To Pre-Order simply email kevin@kevinsbraga.com OR call 682-302-0112.

Curbside pickup is available from Noon to 7pm at the tent located on the North-West side of Legacy Hall.

About Kevin Sbraga

Best known for his winning turn on Season 7 of Bravo’s hit Top Chef, Kevin is also an inventive executive chef who has helmed some the Philadelphia area’s most exciting restaurants of the past 10 years. Today, Kevin serves as Principal of KS Co. Hospitality Management & Consulting. In addition to serving as the Founder & Chef for Sonny & Sons, a new fast casual restaurant, marking the triumphant return of Chef Sbraga’s famed Hot Chicken.

Most recently, Chef Sbraga appeared alongside Gordon Ramsay and Christina Tosi on FOX’s MasterChef Season 7; in addition to his work as a food personality, he makes celebrity and charitable appearances across the country and consults on private dining and hospitality projects.

Before appearing on television, Chef Sbraga worked along some of the country’s best-known chefs and restaurateurs, including Jose Garces and Stephen Starr. He served as chief recipe tester for Garces’ first cookbook, Latin Evolution (Lake Isle Press, August 2008), as well as Culinary Director for the group’s growing family of restaurants, representing them as a semifinalist at the Fall 2008 Bocuse d’Or, where he competed for “Best Meat Presentation.”

A native of Willingboro, NJ, he worked with his African-American father in his bakery and made meatballs at home with his Italian-American mother, leading him to a lifelong love of food and cooking that has influenced his enduring career.