Dining for a Cause: Feed the Need Benefit

Cannon Green’s Executive Chef Amalia Scatena is excited to participate in the sold-out Dining for a Cause: Feed the Need Benefit this October at the Cedar Room in downtown Charleston. Amalia is pairing up with locals chefs in our Cannonborough-Elliotborough neighborhood.

When: Sunday, October 9th, 2016 6:30-10:00 pm
Where: The Cedar Room: 701 East Bay St, Charleston, SC 29403

This benefit strives to reduce the food insecurity experienced by 638,000 people right here in South Carolina. Feed the Need merges the culinary talents and charitable efforts of 52 Charleston Restaurants to provide 500 meals a week to area soup kitchens and shelters. Since 2009 Feed the Need has donated over 25,000 meals without collecting a dime of administrative or additional fees, allowing for 100% of all donations go directly to the organizations they serve. Feed the Need is committed to making a difference and Cannon Green is absolutely delighted to help them in achieving that mission.

Participating Chef’s and Their Restaurants
Ansonborough
Patrick Owens from Opal and Langdon’s
Kevin Johnson from The Grocery
Graham Dailey from Peninsula Grill
Jason Stanhope from FIG

French Quarter
Justin Cherry from McCrady’s
Craig Deigl and Bob Cook from Cypress
Jeremiah Bacon from The Macintosh and Oak Steakhouse

Off the Peninsula
Brannon Florie from The Granary and On Forty One
Michael Scognamiglio from Bacco
Doug Blair from Kiawah Island Club
Christ Stewart from The Glass Onion

Cannonborough
Reid Henninger from Edmund’s Oast
Cole Poolaw from Barsa
Kevin Getz from Indaco
Amalia Scatena from Cannon Green

Radcliffeborough
John Zucker from Cru Catering
Robert Stehling from Hominy Grill
Nico Romo from FISH
Nate Whiting from 492

Harleston Village
Marc Collins from Circa 1886
Bradley Grozis from Wild One
Robert Carter from Barony Tavern
Michelle Weaver from Charleston Grill

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