About Taste of the South End
What do you get when you bring together over 40 of the finest restaurants from Boston’s hottest culinary destination? Taste of the South End!
For one night only, sample culinary creations from some of the best kitchens in Boston and get a taste of how delicious a night out in the South End can be. Attendees will enjoy bite-sized versions of dishes taken directly from the menus of their favorite restaurants, plus live cooking demonstrations, a silent auction and raffle, extensive wine tasting and beer sampling.
Admission includes unlimited sampling from more than 40 of the South End’s finest restaurants plus complimentary fine wine, cocktails and more.
Each year, Taste of the South End is the talk of the town, delivering a spectacular evening of food and wine tasting in support of a vital community organization.
“The Taste of the South End is Boston's premier food & wine event in our neighborhood and it brings together all of the South End chefs for the AIDS Action Committee. It is a fine way to both raise money for a wonderful organization that does vital work in our community and also have fun saying hello to friends, neighbors and colleagues. I would not miss this event for the world,” said participating chef Gordon Hamersley.
For more information on Taste of the South End, please contact Cathy Kujala at email@example.com or 617-450-1566.
Due to the nature of the event, admission is limited only to those who are 21 years of age or older.
To sign up to volunteer for Taste of the South End and other AIDS Action events, click here.
About AIDS Action Committee
Founded in 1983, AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc. (AAC), is New England’s first and largest AIDS service organization. AAC provides services for men, women and children living with AIDS and HIV; educates the public and health professionals about how to prevent HIV transmission in accordance with harm reduction principles; and advocates for fair and effective AIDS policy at the city, state and federal levels. AAC also provides targeted outreach to those most vulnerable to HIV infection including men who have sex with men, injection drug users, black women, transgender women, and homeless youth. In 2010 and 2011, AAC merged with Cambridge Cares About AIDS and Strongest Link AIDS Services to more efficiently deliver AIDS services in the Greater Boston area and expand its capacity for social justice work aimed at reducing the disparities among those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. AAC runs the only statewide AIDS/STD Hotline (1-800-235-2331) and Hepatitis Hotline (1-888-443-4372). All Hotlines offer multilingual support. Free and confidential rapid HIV testing and counseling, and clean needle exchange are also available. Learn more at www.aac.org.