The Gala at the Seaport Hotel will be an elegant grazing gourmet celebration on Saturday, November 10, 2012 of HFI’s 25 years of service in Greater Boston helping the most vulnerable families and children and developing quality affordable housing. We are honoring Lt. Governor Kerry Healey and a former participant. Six celebrity chefs will cook mouth watering signature dishes, in addition to delicious tastings of eclectic culinary diversity, wine pairings, and the amazing talent of Siobhan Magnus. VIP tickets to a private gathering with our celebrity chefs, amazing live auction items such as a first class trip to London and other trips will contribute to a remarkable evening.
6:00-7:00 VIP Reception – meet the celebrity chefs, Siobhan Magnus, Maria Stephanos and enjoy special appetizers and cocktails designed by our celebrity chefs especially for the VIP reception; VIP Reception sponsored by Double Cross Vodka and Progressive Gourmet
7:00 General admission
7:15 1st of 2 sets by American Idol runner-up and Massachusetts native Siobhan Magnus
8:00 Awards Presentation/ Live Auction/Trip to London/ Lady GAGA tickets Exec Suite
8:45 2nd Set by Siobhan Magnus
Chris Coombs, Executive Chef, Deuxave and dbar
Tiffani Faison, Chef/Owner, Sweet Cheeks Q
Will Gilson, Executive Chef/Owner, Bridgestreet Restaurant
Andy Husbands, Chef/Owner, Tremont 647
Marc Orfaly, Chef/Owner, Pigalle
Jason Santos, Executive Chef of Blue Inc. Restaurant and of Fox's Hell's Kitchen
Michael Schlow, Executive Chef/Owner, Radius, Via Matta, Tico, Alta Strada, and Happy's Bar & Kitchen Restaurants
Jeremy Sewall, Chef/owner, Lineage and the Island Creek Oyster Bar
We also will feature the following HFI neighborhood restaurants and supporters: Dockside Restaurants, Billy Tse Restaurant, and Coffee Tea and Me with Las Uvas Catering.
Live Performances by American Idol Finalist Siobhan Magnus
Emcee: Maria Stephanos from FOX25 News
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