Eat to the Beat – 60 Female Chefs, One Important Cause

Picture it: 60 chefs under one roof, serving up their sweet and savoury fare at 60 stations, alongside 20 fine wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverage purveyors against the night sky inside Roy Thomson Hall.

By Stephanie Dickison

[Feature photo courtesy of Eat to the Beat]

Picture it: 60 chefs under one roof, serving up their sweet and savoury fare at 60 stations, alongside 20 fine wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverage purveyors against the night sky inside Roy Thomson Hall.

This is where you want to be October 17.

Eat to the Beat, presented by KitchenAid, is a chance to savour some of Toronto’s finest food and meet the city’s top chefs, who just happen to be female.

Celebrating its 22nd year, the evening – a signature event of the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) – is the only event in Canada that exclusively features 60 female chefs supporting women through the challenges that come with a breast cancer diagnosis.

The funds raised at Eat to the Beat go directly towards supporting the full spectrum of breast cancer care – from important research leading to the latest developments and innovations to direct patient support.

This year’s phenomenal chef lineup includes:

Eat your heart out, meet your favourite chefs and help others. It’s a night you won’t soon forget.

Details:

Date: Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Time: 7 pm to 10 pm

Place: Roy Thomson Hall (60 Simcoe St.)

General Admission Tickets: $189, which includes all food + beverages (a tax receipt will be issued for the maximum allowable amount).

For more information, visit www.eattothebeat.ca.

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