Don’t…Eat…’Til Brooklyn: Benefit for Citymeals on Wheels in Williamsburg

On Thursday, April 6th, the city’s culinary community will converge in Williamsburg as some of NYC’s best restaurants, food trucks and sommeliers come together to serve up their signature cuisine, specialty cocktails and seasonal wines in support of Citymeals on Wheels.

Don’t…Eat…’Til Brooklyn, presented by the Citymeals Young Professionals Committee, will feature a smorgasbord of dishes from restaurants such as Acme, The Black Ant, Birds & Bubbles, Doughnut Plant, Huertas, Korilla BBQ, Peaches, Rosie’s, Talde and Virginia’s, cocktails from spirit sponsors including Woodford Reserve. and a wine tasting with notable sommeliers like Raj Vaidya, head sommelier at DANIEL.

The bazaar of deliciousness will take place in the former Citymeals warehouse overlooking the East River at 307 Kent Avenue. While enjoying the movable feast and revelry, guests will have the opportunity to bid on an array of packages in the silent auction ranging from fitness and outdoor adventure to Broadway and the ballet, from wine pairing dinners and whiskey tastings to a private tour with the co-founder of Brooklyn Grange.

Citymeals on Wheels provides a lifeline of nourishment, striving to ensure that no homebound elderly New Yorker will ever go a day without food or human company. Last year, Citymeals and its family of contributors helped bring over 2 million nutritious meals to more than 18,000 frail aged neighbors in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Staten Island and Queens.

ALL proceeds from the event will go to the preparation and delivery of meals to New York City’s homebound senior citizens living in all five boroughs. Tickets are $85 through Thursday, March 23. After Thursday, the price will increase to $95.

Thursday, April 6, 2017 | 7:00pm
307 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn
citymeals.org/donteattil-brooklyn

About Courtney Bassett

Courtney took a leap of faith across the East River to Greenpoint in 2013, leaving the Village to build a mystery with two gentleman in a sunlit, registered historic antler kingdom. It's been all Transmitter Park moonlight views of the city skyline and bread baked in terra cotta flower pots ever since. [sights: @_rosmarine_; sounds: https://open.spotify.com/user/1227119754]

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