Posted: March 6, 2018
Written by: Shannan Bunting
Chicagoland Chefs will come together on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 to support the restaurants, hospitality, and tourism in Puerto Rico that were all impacted by Hurricane Maria. A Recipe for Relief: A Culinary Event to Benefit Hurricane Survivors will be held at The Lakewood located at 1758 West Lake Street in Chicago from 6 PM to 9 PM. Tickets are $75 per person and include event admission, tasting stations from participating restaurants, and an open bar.
“When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, Chicago’s food community really pulled together to raise money at our first Recipe for Relief benefit,” says event chair and chef/owner of Heaven on Seven Jimmy Bannos. “Now, Puerto Rico needs our help and once again some of our city’s greatest chefs are coming together to put on an amazing event and raise money for this important cause. Attendees will be treated to some of the best food our city has to offer, all under one roof!”
Each participating restaurant will host a station and will provide a tasting dish. Participating includes:
Proceeds from the event will go to benefit the Kingbird Innovation Center (KIC). KIC is an incubator affiliated with the Tony Santana International School of Hospitality and Culinary Arts at the Universidad del Este in Carolina, PR. The EDA funded incubator focuses on the development of food, hospitality and tourism businesses.
This event is sponsored by Agency360, BBJ Linen, Hall’s Rental, Heaven on Seven, Illinois Restaurant Association, Paramount Events, RJ Designs, Sound Investment, The Purple Pig, The Lakewood, VIP Valet, and WPI Event Partners, Inc.« Back to Our News + Blog
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