Tremont 647 Cooking Matters Dinner

Tremont 647 Cooking Matters Dinner

March 12, 2018
Tremont 647
Tremont Street
Boston, MA
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Enjoy a multi-course meal to support Share Our Strength's Cooking Matters program.

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Tremont 647 Cooking Matters Dinner

Tremont 647 Restaurant

For 21 years, Chef Andy Husbands has opened the doors of his Boston South End restaurant to graciously host a dinner to benefit Cooking Matters Massachusetts. On March 12, this year’s Cooking Matters Dinner will commence with a cocktail reception followed by an extraordinary multi-course with wine pairings from renowned chefs.

6:00 pm Bourbon Reception

7:00 pm multi-course dinner served family style

Participating Chefs

Tony Maws
Anthony Caturano
Nick Calias
Andy Husbands
Will Salazr
Brian Kevorkian
Jeremy Sewall
Jason Santos
Chris Coombs
Dante DeMagistris
Josh Ziskin
Jay Silva
Tim Maslow
Joanne Chang

Massachusetts Restaurant Day

Inspired by Chef Andy Husbands’ Cooking Matters Dinner, the Massachusetts Restaurant Association established the Massachusetts Restaurant Day in 2014. On MARCH 12TH, 9 Massachusetts Restaurant Association restaurants will host an event to benefit the No Kid Hungry campaign. Choose which restaurant you would like to visit and enjoy an extraordinary multi-course meal at that location. No matter where you dine, all event proceeds will benefit No Kid Hungry’s work to end childhood hunger in Massachusetts.

See additional participating restaurants here!

Ticket Levels

Individual Ticket

1 ticket to the event
• Tax deductible amount of $50

Summer Meals Supporter

4 individual tickets to the event
• Recognition on web site
• Tax deductible amount of $600

Afterschool Meals Friend

Table for 6 at the event
• Recognition on web site and email invitation
• Tax deductible amount of $1,900

School Breakfast Champion

Preferred placement table for 10 at the event
• Group photo opportunity with Chef Andy Husbands and your party
• Recognition on web site, email invitation, and in remarks as a member of Host Committee
• Tax deductible amount of $4,000