Chefs Cooking for Hope to Be Held in Boston, March 6, 2014
An event that raises funds for cancer research and care is coming back to Boston in early March, with a number of restaurants participating.
On Thursday, March 6, from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM, the Friends of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute will be hosting the 14th Annual Chefs Cooking for Hope at 125 High Street in the city's Financial District, with food, beer, wine, and cocktails offered. Some of the dining spots that will be participating include Alta Strada, Tico, and Via Matta, which are owned by honorary chef Michael Schlow, along with Bistro du Midi, Catalyst, Clio, Douzo, Island Creek Oyster Bar, La Morra, L'Espalier, Red Lantern, and Taranta, to name a few. (Drinks will be offered by Jack's Abby Brewing, J. Lohr Vineyards and Wines, Marty's Fine Wines, Mayflower Brewing, and others.)
Tickets to the 2014 Chefs Cooking for Hope cost $100 each; for more information, please go to the link below:
Friends of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute presents "Chefs Cooking for Hope"
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