On Friday October 1st, 2010, Project by Project will be hosting their Annual Tasting Benefit, Plate by Plate, in New York City. Proceeds from the event will benefit the locally based Hamilton Madison House, a non-profit settlement house in the Two Bridges/Chinatown area of Manhattan’s Lower East Side dedicated to improving the quality of life in its community and beyond. The event attracts renowned chefs and restaurants from all over the city.
Restaurant Participants include:
Morimoto, Blue Smoke, EN Japaenese Brasserie, Thalassa, ilili, Hudson Yards, South Gate, Spot, Tawny Ong, L’Ecole at French Culinary Institute, Rhong Tiam, One if By Land Two if by Sea, and more.
Profiles of the Project by Project restaurants are on PRIVY5
Beverage Participants include:
Gunlach Bundschu, Gekkeikan Sake, and other wines, spirits and beverages from around the world.
Special Guests include:
Local and national media personalities and celebrity sous chefs… Sandra Endo, Liz Cho, Connie Chung, Ivy Higa, Vivian Lee, Julie Chang, Michelle Yu and more.
Thanks to Project by Project NY, I will be attending as press. I’m definitely looking forward to the event. Hope to see you there!
Plate by Plate
What: Project by Project’s Annual Tasting Benefit
When: Friday, October 1st
VIP Reception: 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Main Event: 7:30pm to 11:00pm
Where: Metropolitan Pavilion South, 125 West 18th Street, New York, New York (Map)
How: General admission tickets: $150 and VIP tickets: $250
Take $25 off off the current ticket price with the code COMMUNITY
Purchase tickets here
About Project by Project:
Project by Project, a 100-percent volunteer-run Asian Pacific American (APA) non-profit organization, hosts its 12th Plate by Plate Annual Tasting Benefit in New York. The event showcases over 25 of New York City’s premier restaurants and will be attended by over 650 food and wine enthusiasts. The organization and Benefit from previous years have been featured on Top Chef, MTV-K, CBS 2 New York, Fox 5 News, Eyewitness News, NY1, and CW 11 as well as in publications including The New York Times, Time Out NY and New York Magazine. For more information, visit their website.
About Hamilton Madison House:
Project by Project’s 2010 Partner is the Hamilton-Madison House, a NYC-based nonprofit organization that provides a wide range of health and social programs for the Asian immigrant population of New York. HMH was selected to be the beneficiary of this year’s Plate by Plate Annual Tasting Benefit and other fundraising events throughout the year for its dedication to health care services in New York’s Asian community. For more information on HMH, visit their website.