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Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

Fonzo and McFadden Unite for the Center

 

Food_and_Wine_UniteOrlando chefs Kevin Fonzo (K restaurant) and Jamie McFadden (Cuisiniers Catering) and other members of the Central Florida hospitality community will host Food & Wine Unite, a fundraiser to benefit the staff and volunteers of the Center of Central Florida, which was an invaluable resource immediately following the Pulse massacre.

The event will be on July 10, from 4 to 8 p.m. at East End Market, 3201 Corrine Drive, Orlando. This is a donation-only event but registration is recommended. Go to the event website to save your space.

 

http://www.scottjosephorlando.com/news/3533-food-and-wine-unite-to-benefit-the-center

Dim Sum at BARJME

EXPERIENCE DIM SUM LIKE NEVER BEFORE, WITH AN AMERICAN TWIST!

dim sumYou’re invited to this limited seating event as Cuisiniers Celebrations at the East End Market presents its very own BARJME Party. Savor the delicious American twist on dim sum as Chef Jamie McFadden delights your palette with his creative genius.   Click here for more information.

 

 

Gospel Brunch and Swamp Sista La La

gospel brunch

EVENT DETAILS

When: April 6, noon-6 p.m.
Venue: East End Market
Address: 3201 Corrine Drive
Phone: (407) 579-0439
Price: $10-$75

WE SAY…

If, at 2 p.m. on Sunday, you find that you’ve managed to sleep through church and you’re feeling guilty, here’s a little something to soothe your soul (if you’re the type to feel guilty about sleeping through church, that is): This afternoon, Beth McKee and the Swamp Sistas, a grassroots community of musicians and artists, are teaming up with the Audubon Park Garden District to host a gospel brunch and Swamp Sista La La (basically, a feel-good event that does some good for the community). Chef Jamie McFadden will assemble a Southern-style brunch (the menu includes shrimp and grits, chicken and biscuits, pulled pork and tons more), and a variety of local musicians, including Beth McKee, Tina Nicole, Due South and Alexandra and the Beautiful Chorus, will fill the East End Market, inside and out, with the beautiful sounds of gospel music. Your penance for skipping out on your date with God is that you have to pay $75 for the grub (or $10 if you want the music only), but a portion of the proceeds will go to support a variety of local do-gooder orgs, including the P.E.A.S. Foundation, the Audubon Park Garden District, Hebni Nutrition Consultants and the Second Harvest Food Bank. Heavenly. – Erin Sullivan