Eat Local for the Globe: June 9th

From the folks at Findlay Market, a great fundraiser for the non-profit Findlay Market Fund:

Findlay Market’s second annual Eat Local for the Globe event will be held on Thursday, June 9, 2011 from 6 PM – 10 PM. The event will feature locally sourced food, wine, beer, and Findlay Market fare. Tickets are $50 per person and all proceeds benefit the Findlay Market Fund.

Event Highlights:

–       Dinner by the bite prepared by the talented chefs at Findlay Market, including chefs from: Fresh Table, Skirtz & Johnston, Bouchard’s, Gramma Debbie’s Kitchen, and Pho Lang Thang

–       Exciting wine pairings from regional wineries Kinkead Ridge, Harmony Hill and Equus Run plus plenty of Christian Moerlein beer and craft cocktails by Molly Wellmann

–       Dessert provided by Findlay Market’s own Dojo Gelato and Taste of Belgium

–       Cash bar after dinner with music by the WNKU’s ever-popular “Mr. Rhythm Man”

–       Each guest will receive a silkscreen printed poster created especially for the event

–       Guests will have an opportunity to tour the Findlay Market District and learn about plans for its continuing revitalization

Event sponsors include New Horizons Credit Union, Gray & Pape, Christian Moerlein Brewing Company, Market Wines, Cincinnati Magazine, Edible Ohio Valley, CityBeat, Worldwide Graphics, Park + Vine, Advantage Tent and Green B.E.A.N. Delivery.

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  • Sadly, Kinkead Ridge will not be able to participate this year. The 2010 harvest was only 40% of normal tonnage, resulting in very small quantities of white wine… so small that no white wines are being released to our usual wine stores and restaurants, and we cannot participate in our usual events like Fleur et Vin, A Taste of Duveneck, Gourmet Sensation and Taste Local for the Globe; they will be sold only at the winery on June 4, July 2, 4, and 9. We regret not being able to participate in this very worthy cause. Cross your fingers for 2012.

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