The 26th annual Taste of the Nation NYC to benefit to fight childhood hunger returns Monday, April 29th and we’ve got your chance to win a pair of VIP tickets – a pretty sweet deal considering retail value on VIP tickets are $425 each. The lineup is ridiculous, with over 70 participating restaurants and cocktail bars including Infatuation favorites like Blue Hill, Momofuku Ssam Bar, Do Or Dine, Colonie, Allswell, Death & Company, Pouring Ribbons, Booker & Dax, etc. It all takes place at 82 Mercer St, a sprawling two floor loft space. 6:30-7:30pm is VIP admission, 7:30-9:30pm is regular. Here’s the deal: enter your email below, and then help spread the word about the contest via Twitter. We’ll be picking a winner Thursday, April 26th, at 1pm EST.
Taste of the Nation® NYC is New York’s premier tasting event dedicated to ending childhood hunger. Attendees have the chance to mix and mingle with NYC’s top chefs while savoring signature dishes and singular cocktails from the city’s best bars. Tickets to the event are $225 a piece and can be purchased here. For more information on Taste of the Nation NYC and a complete list of all the participating restaurants and bars, ® NYC check out their website.
As the nation’s premier culinary benefit, Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation® features top chefs and mixologists — all of whom are coming together to donate their time, talent and passion to end childhood hunger in America. Share Our Strength is a national nonprofit working to end childhood hunger in the United States by connecting kids with the nutritious food they need to live healthy, active lives. Add your voice to the national movement of people committed to ending childhood hunger in America by 2015. Take the No Kid Hungry Pledge here.
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