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.
Taste of the South End Host Committee
||Kevin Powers & John Wolfarth
||Chris Primiano & Dan Menendez
|Devan Dewey & David Gagne
||Michael Roffi & Edgar Peraza
|Wendy Goldstein Price
|Rebecca Haag & Mary Breslauer
|Ciara Hunt Francis
||Michael Wong, MD
For more information on Taste of the South End, please contact Matthew Martin at email@example.com or 617-450-1542.
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
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts is the state’s leading provider of prevention and wellness services for people vulnerable to HIV infection. It provides services to one in six people in Massachusetts living with an HIV diagnosis. Many of the people who seek services at AIDS Action have more pressing, immediate priorities than HIV—which can rank third or fourth on their list of concerns after homelessness, malnutrition, or domestic violence. That is why in addition to HIV counseling and testing, and needle exchange, AIDS Action provides services in mental health counseling; housing assistance; and legal support. Additionally, most of our clients have average annual incomes of less than $10,000 a year.
AIDS Action works to prevent new HIV infections, support those affected by HIV, and tackle the root causes of HIV/AIDS by educating the public and health professionals about HIV prevention and care; and advocating for fair and effective HIV/AIDS policy at the city, state, and federal levels. Founded in 1983, AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts is New England’s first and largest AIDS service organization. In 2013, AIDS Action formed a strategic alliance with Fenway Health that will allow the two organizations to work more closely together and improve delivery of care and services to people living with HIV/AIDS.
Learn more at www.aac.org.