WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Some of Westchester County's top restaurants and caterers will come together at the Food Bank for Westchester's 23rd annual “An Evening in Good Taste To End Childhood Hunger" on Oct. 17 from 6 to 9 p.m.
The event features food from 30 local restaurants, assistance from 100 volunteers and attracts 600-700 guests. All proceeds from the evening will help the Food Bank fight childhood hunger in Westchester.
“We are so thrilled to receive support from neighborhood restaurants at ‘An Evening in Good Taste’,” Ellen Lynch, executive director of the Food Bank for Westchester said in a prepared statement. “Children are at risk of hunger and every bit helps. The Food Bank for Westchester is confident that with the support of these restaurants the evening will be a success.”
“An Evening in Good Taste” will showcase the culinary talents of Westchester County chefs representing the following restaurants: Abigail Kirsch Catering Relationships (Tarrytown); Butterfield 8 (White Plains); Café of Love (Mount Kisco); Caperberry Events at The C.V. Rich Mansion (White Plains); Cooper’s Mill (Tarrytown); Crabtree’s Kittle House (Chappaqua); Esposito’s (White Plains); Lulu Cake Boutique (Scarsdale); Meritage Restaurant (Scarsdale); Moderne Barne (Armonk); Molly Spillane’s Restaurant & Bar (Mamaroneck); Mount Kisco Seafood (Mount Kisco); Myong Gourmet (Mount Kisco); Pinch (Yonkers); Sam’s of Gedney Way (White Plains); Sunset Cove (Tarrytown); The Atrium at Doral Arrowwood (Rye Brook); and Toni Ann’s Catering (White Plains).
Cocktails will be provided by Prohibition Distillery and Yonkers Brewing Co.
Tickets are $200/person and sponsorships are available. For information, call Katy Coppinger at 914- 923-1100 or visit www.foodbankforwestchester.org.
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