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Second Annual Kitchen Crawl to Benefit Food Rescue US

Chefs from Rothbard, Mecha Noodle Bar, The Spread, Match Lobster and Cask Republic cook for Guests in Award Winning Westport Kitchens


The Second Annual Kitchen Crawl, on October 7, 2017, 6 - 9 p.m., will benefit Norwalk based national hunger relief agency Food Rescue US and their ongoing efforts to fight hunger in Fairfield County.

Guests will experience top local chefs in five designer kitchens in Westport, CT. Chefs from Rothbard Ale and Larder (John Vaast), Mecha Noodle Bar (Brian Reilly), The Spread (Carlos Baez), Match Burger Lobster (Matt Storch) and Cask Republic (Carl Carrion) will offer a special one time only menu as guests move from one house to the next. Wine pairings will be offered by Stew Leonard's Wines and signature cocktail bars will be in each home. Starting at 8:30 p.m. there will be an after party with live music, champagne, and a few unexpected surprises.

New this year is an art auction featuring the work of Connecticut based artist Flahn Manly, the founder and owner of ICD Creative Studios. Working in a variety of mediums, the artist's focus is "making positivity louder" and to that end Manly will create three original pieces, inspired by the work of Food Rescue US. The works will be featured in a silent auction the evening of event.

Like last year, the evening is hosted by Judy Michaelis (Judy Michaelis Group), David Vynerib (CCO Habitats) and Stephanie Webster (CT Bites).

General admission tickets are $55 and a limited number of VIP tickets are available at $110 and includes a private ride in a luxury electric car from house to house. Tickets may be purchased by clicking here. Guests will receive communication prior to the event with home locations, directions, and details. 

2017 Kitchen Crawl Sponsors are CT Bites, Judy Michaelis Group, CCO Habitats, Moffly Media, TecKnow and Stew Leonard's Wines.

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