THREE SOUTH FLORIDA CHEFS JOIN FORCES TO FIGHT KIDS’ HUNGER
Popular Taste of the Nation Chefs’ Dinner hosted for a third time by Avocado Grill
Avocado Grill’s Executive Chef/Owner Julien Gremaud is at it again. In his efforts to continue to wipe out childhood hunger, he has teamed up with two other award winning chefs to host an exciting Chefs’ Dinner to benefit No Kid Hungry in Avocado Grill’s West Palm Beach location. This year’s event, “Spices From Around the World”, will take place on on Wednesday, September 26 and will once again raise awareness and funds to address the issue of food insecurity for children here in our community.
Chef Gremaud, one of Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry’s 2019 co-chairs says, “We’re really excited about this September pre-event to the main Taste of the Nation event, happening at the Kravis Center in April 2019. We’ve got two incredibly talented chefs, Zach Bell of the Addison Reserve Country Club in Delray Beach and Pushkar Marathe of Ghee Indian Kitchen in Miami, will be joining me at Avocado Grill to create exciting spiced dishes packed with international flare.”
Tickets for the one-night-only Chef’s Dinner will be $120 each and a portion of the proceeds will go directly to the charity. Starting at 6:30pm with a welcome reception, the main event will be a five-course feast that is sure to be unforgettable. Seating is limited. All reservations must be made in advance by emailing Jennifer Martinez via email@example.com or calling 561.301.4998.
As Palm Beach County’s preeminent culinary benefit supporting the fight to end childhood hunger, Taste of the Nation features talented chefs and gourmet cuisine from top restaurants along with wine tastings, live entertainment and exciting auctions. Spring 2019 will mark the eighth annual Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry event in West Palm Beach.
Chef Gremaud’s Avocado Grill is known for its award-winning and innovative dishes and exciting atmosphere. A fun-filled weekend brunch, weekday lunch and dinners seven days make the restaurant a must visit destination. Happy Hour highlights a sophisticated collection of wine, beer, and signature libations Monday through Friday at the restaurant’s colorful bar.
Inspired by the sun and sea that is Chef Julien Gremaud’s St. Tropez heritage, the award-winning restaurant features small plates of seasonal fresh fare, specialty ceviche, a full raw bar and an expansive menu that includes fresh, local ingredients. Due to popular demand from residents in the northern part of the county, the award-winning restaurant’s second location opened to acclaim in January 2018 in Downtown at the Gardens shopping center in Palm Beach Gardens.
For additional information on Avocado Grill or to see menus, please visit www.avocadogrillwpb.com or call (561) 623-0822.
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