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Eat your heart out... for a good cause

Posted by Rachel Kossman  November 1, 2011 06:49 PM

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Snack on food from local chefs, listen to Boston-based musicians and support two great Boston charities? Sounds like a win, win, win situation to me!

Eat Your Heart Out Boston, now in its fourth year, was established in 2008 to raise money for food and music related non profits in Boston. This year, chefs from over a dozen Boston restaurants - including Andy Husbands of Tremont 647, Jamie Bissonnette of Toro & Coppa, Seth Morrison of The Gallows, and Michael Leviton of Area Four - will be cooking up their specialties. Boston bands Kingsley Flood and Jenny Dee & The Deelinquents will be performing at the benefit, which will take place at 6 PM on Monday, November 7 at the Paradise Rock Club.

EYHO.jpgProceeds from ticket sales will benefit Future Chefs, which helps prepare low income youth for employment and education in the culinary field, and Zumix, an East Boston non-profit that builds community among youth through music and the arts.

Tickets (available on Ticketmaster or at the Paradise box office) are $35 and include the chef dinner and concert. All proceeds benefit Zumix and Future Chefs.

Though it may seem a bit pricey, I think $35 for dinner, a show, and a great charitable donation is worth forking over your hard earned dough for. Will any of you be attending? Comment and let me know!

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Rachel Kossman is a California girl and New England transplant who graduated from Northeastern University in 2011. She has a penchant for discovering new restaurants and bars, devouring Mexican food, More »

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