Boston Giveaway: Chef Wheeler del Torro’s Small Bytes

Boston chef Wheeler del Torro has closed the Barrio pop-up for the season, but is re-launching another culinary adventure, Small Bytes. Del Torro’s company launched Small Bytes back in 1993 in San Francisco. Now he lives in Boston, and we all know that Cambridge is the new S.F. . .

Small Bytes is a forum for connections and discussions between start ups, tech folk, and investors over a tapas menu. The Boston launch is June 19 at the French Cultural Center, 8:30 – 10 p.m.. He has offered us a pair of tickets worth $350 each to give away.

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Chef Wheeler del Torro

Jamaican-born Wheeler del Torro is best known in Boston for  his vegan and liquor-laced ice cream company.

Inspired by John Walker’s The Hacker’s Diet, del Torro aims to bring healthy, high quality food to the tech community through his Small Bytes events. He promotes the intrinsic connection between excellent food and energy, thought processes, and endurance. He will also be launching his black truffle tasting menu.

Boston Giveaway: Pop Up Dinner for Two at Barrio by Chef Wheeler del Torro

What: Barrio A pop-up dinner party
Who: Chefs Wheeler del Torro + Matt Drummond
When: Saturday, April 28th at 9 p.m.
Where: Boston (We’ll tell you where if you win!)

Matt Drummond, chef de cuisine at Brasserie Jo, is joining forces with Chef Wheeler del Torro next Saturday night at Boston’s latest clandestine pop-up restaurant, Barrio.

TO ENTER: “Like” StyleCarrot on Facebook AND leave a comment below noting if you’ve ever had Afro-Cuban cuisine. Be sure we can easily get in touch with you since the dinner is next Saturday. Opportunity to enter ends this Sunday at midnight Boston time.

Chef Wheeler del Torro

Jamaican-born Wheeler del Torro is best known in Boston for Wheeler’s Catering & Frozen Dessert Co., his vegan and liquor-laced ice cream company, though these hearty dinners will fuse Afro-Cuban flavors with each guest chef’s cooking style.
Past Barrio dinners have included slow-cooked yuca with citrus-garlic sauce, a ragout with a trio of mushrooms, sweet peppers, and tomatoes, corn cakes with a guava glaze and grilled pineapple,  black and white truffle crostini, and spicy white truffle squash soup.