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First look: Lovin' Spoonful's Overkill 2013 dinner line-up

Posted by Kara Baskin  November 5, 2013 09:27 AM

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Lovin' Spoonfuls food recovery plans to stage an elaborate charity dinner on November 21 with, well, a killer lineup of excellent chefs from buzzeries like Union Square Donuts, Puritan, the new Mei Mei, and Daddy Jones. Harvest chef Mary Dumont and pastry chef Brian Mercury will host the 12-course feast at the Cambridge Boat Club. See the roster and get your tickets ahead.


Brian Mercury, Harvest
Mary Dumont, Harvest
Jaime Davis, Deuxave
Will Gilson, Puritan
Monica Glass, Clio
Carolyn Johnson, 80 Thoreau
Christina Mercado, Finale
Irene Li & Max Hull, Mei Mei
Alex Saenz, Lineage
Heather Schmidt, Union Square Donuts
Dave Schneller, Canary Square
Meghan Thompson, Steel & Rye
Brian Young, Post 390

The Bartenders
Kelly Unda, Harvest and Citizen Public House & Oyster Bar
Stephanie Lauria, Daddy Jones
Tanita Macy, Abby Lane

Tickets are $150; not cheap, but 'tis the season, and Lovin' Spoonfuls does crucial work distributing nutritious, perishable foods to the area's neediest citizens. Why not dine for a good cause? Bonus: They're partnering with Uber's car service, so you can take full advantage of the star cocktailing lineup.

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