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Island Creek Oysters Foundation's Friends for Haiti

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 260 Gurnet Rd Duxbury MA 02332  See map

On Saturday, September 8th, Island Creek Oysters Foundation will host its second annual beach-chic event, Friends for Haiti, benefitting Haiti’s Caribbean Harvest. By sustainably farming fish, Caribbean Harvest strives to re-make a domestic fishing industry, create jobs and provide nutrition and social programs for the people of Haiti.

The all-inclusive Friends for Haiti takes place under a spacious tent situated alongside the crashing waves of Duxbury Beach and will feature live cultural entertainment, a silent auction and a cigar lounge under the stars. Friends for Haiti unite some of the best chefs, winemakers, brewers and farmers from around the east coast highlighting local oysters, food, music and libations.

6:30PM – 7:45PM Sunset Cocktails

Signature Bombay Sapphire cocktails, Island Creek Oysters Raw Bar, cheese station by Formaggio Kitchen and passed hors d’oeuvres by Future Chefs

7:45PM – 11:00PM Interactive Chef Stations

Boston & New York City chef stations with paired craft beers, cocktails and boutique wines

9:00PM – 11:00PM

Entertainment by Samara and desserts by Joanne Chang’s Flour Bakery 

CHEFS:

Damon Wise, The Monkey Bar, NYC

Dave Pasternak, Esca, NYC

Flour Bakery, Boston and Cambridge

Galen Zamarra, Mas Farmhouse, NYC

Geoff Lazlo, Gramercy Tavern, NYC

Ihsan Gurdal, Formaggio Kitchen, Cambridge

Jackson Cannon, Eastern Standard, The Hawthorne, Boston

Jason Debriere, Peels, NYC

Jeremy Sewall, Lineage and Island Creek Oyster Bar, Boston

Jody Adams, Rialto, Cambridge and Trade, Boston

Jonathan Benno, The Lincoln, NYC

Mary Dumont, Harvest, Cambridge

Michael Schlow, Radius, Via Matta, Alta Strada, Tico, Boston

Nico Monday & Amelia O'Reilly, The Market, Gloucester

Patricia Yeo, Moksa, Cambridge

Robert Grant, The Blue Room, Cambridge

Seth & Angela Raynor, The Pearl, Boarding House, Corazon del Mar, Nantucket

 

 

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