The seventh annual Philanthropic Foodies culinary showcase, taking place on Sunday, July 29 at Marriott Syracuse Downtown from 4-8 p.m., will benefit Friends of Dorothy House and Shamrock Animal Fund.
The sixth annual Philanthropic Foodies culinary showcase, taking place on Sunday, July 30 at Rosamond Gifford Zoo from 4:30 to 8 p.m., will benefit Friends of Dorothy House and GiGi's Playhouse Syracuse.
For those who appreciate good food for an even better cause, check out the sixth annual Philanthropic Foodies Culinary Showcase at Rosamond Gifford Zoo. The event benefits Friends of Dorothy House, a non-profit organization to benefit those diagnosed with AIDS and GiGi's Playhouse Syracuse, the local outpost of the national non-profit organization that offers therapeutic and educational programs for children with Down Syndrome.
The 6th Annual Philanthropic Foodies fundraiser will be at Syracuse’s Rosamond Gifford Zoo on Sunday. The event features food from some of the area’s best-known restaurants and chefs. The evening benefits the Friends of Dorothy House and GiGi’s Playhouse Syracuse.
Chef Jason Jessmore of Aster Pantry and Renee Duffy of Philanthropic Foodies chat with Brandon Roth about our 6th annual event and share a preview of Chef Jessmore's dish - watermelon poke, made with fresh watermelon, sesame, scallions, cilantro, soy, chili and lime.
Philanthropic Foodies is the ultimate pop-up feast in Central New York. Meander from station to station and you’ll enjoy a “culinary showcase,” including desserts, prepared by more than a dozen of Central New York’s leading chefs, all donating their time and talents.
Everyone loves a pop-up food and beverage event! For the sixth year in a row, Philanthropic Foodies will be hosting one of Central New York’s premier culinary showcases. Over a dozen of the area’s best chefs will be serving samples of some of their amazing appetizers, main courses and desserts. But, that’s not all, you can refresh your palate with a variety of beverages featuring everything from local spirits, wine, beer and coffee.
Check out Chef Jason Jessmore of Aster Pantry & Parlor on 102.1 - Sunny 102 with Big Mike! Listen in to hear more about the 10 course "manipulation of senses" dining experience that Chef Jason and Chef Anthony Donofrio of Modern Malt will host for 10 lucky foodies -- an experience you can win ONLY at our live auction on 7/30!
The fifth annual Philanthropic Foodies culinary showcase, taking place on Sunday, July 31 at SKY Armory from 4 to 8 p.m., will benefit Friends of Dorothy House, CancerConnects, The First Tee Syracuse, The Samaritan Center and On Point for College.
It was a night full of good food, for some good causes. The 4th annual Philanthropic Foodies fundraiser featured culinary tastings from 11 area chefs and restaurants. There were also beverage pairings from local breweries, wineries and restaurants, as well as a live and silent auction.
The 4th annual Philanthropic Foodies showcase will take place Sunday in the Sky Armory on South Clinton Street. It will again feature culinary tastings from chefs from 12 restaurants as well as some beverage pairings from local breweries.
It began in 2012 with three chefs donating their time and talents to a good cause. This year it features chefs from 11 restaurants dazzling diners with creative foods and some over-the-top presentations. It now benefits three charitable groups.
The fourth annual Philanthropic Foodies culinary showcase, taking place on Sunday, August 2 at SKY Armory from 4 to 8 p.m., will benefit Friends of Dorothy House, Stupid Dumb Breast Cancer and The First Tee Syracuse.
The 4th annual Philanthropic Foodies event will benefit Friends of Dorothy House, Stupid Dumb Breast Cancer and the First Tee Syracuse. The event will feature tastings from 11 local restaurants including Eva's European Sweets, Modern Malt and LoFo.
What’s the best foodie event in town? That’s actually not a hard question to answer. Philanthropic Foodies (on Sunday, August 2nd 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Sky Armory) takes the cake. This annual culinary-based fundraiser may sound like just another CNY food event but it’s much more than that and the menu is anything but ordinary.