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Dining for A Cause: A Benefit for Feed the Need

Steve Palmer, Jeremiah Bacon and Mickey Bakst invite you to join them for this year's Dining for a Cause: A Benefit for Feed The Need on Sunday, October 9. A number of local chefs are coming together to raise money for Feed The Need, a local organization committed to helping eliminate some of the economic burden that area soup kitchens and shelters face in today's economic environment. The Charleston chapter specifically serves approximately 500 meals per week using different service venues, including Tri-Country Family Ministries, Neighborhood House and 180 Place. The goal of the evening is to raise funds to ensure the program's success throughout 2016. All of the money will remain in Charleston, improving the lives of locals through community outreach.

The Cedar Room
701 East Bay Street
Charleston, S.C. 29403

Sunday, October 9
6 to 10 p.m.

The event will include a cocktail reception, seated dinner with chef teams creating a multi-course dinner with wine pairings and a live auction to follow. Confirmed chefs for the dinner include:
-Jeremiah Bacon, The Macintosh and Oak Steakhouse
-Jacques Larson, Wild Olive
-Doug Blair, Kiawah Island Club
-Patrick Owens, Opal/ Langdon's
-Robert Stehling, Hominy Grill
-Kevin Johnson, The Grocery
-Craig Deihl, Cypress
-Graham Dailey, Peninsula Grill
-Marc Collins, Circa 1886
-Jason Stanhope, FIG
-Michelle Weaver, Charleston Grille
-Chris Stewart, The Glass Onion
-Kevin Getzewich, Indaco
-Tommy Hall, Hall's Chophouse
-Michael Scognamiglio, Bacco Italian Restaurant
-Brannon Florie, The Granary
-Reid Henninger, Edmund's Oast
-Ben Berryhill, Red Drum Restaurant
-Nico Romo, Fish
-Amalia Scatena, Cannon Green

-Includes one seat at the Feed The Need benefit dinner and VIP Cocktail Reception prior to the dinner

-Includes one seat at the Feed The Need benefit dinner and cocktail reception prior to the dinner

If you're interested in purchasing a table, please contact Callie Wamsley at




The Cedar Room
701 East Bay Street




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