Free pizza? Free pizza! Yes, it’s true! Just stop by Steven Fox Jewelry at 8 Lewis Street from 11-4 on May 7 for free pizza. Oh, but not any pizza: we’re talking about New Haven Pizza Truck. While you take a seat and enjoy some slices courtesy of Steven Fox Jewelry, you can learn about Kids in Crisis, an organization that we care deeply about. If you remember from a previous post from us, they had almost a million dollars cut from their budget. Then, if you’d like to, you can donate money to their organization to help them fill in the funding gap that is left. Continue reading
Taste of Westport is back and is being held at the Westport Inn from 6-9:30 on May 5. Some new as well as some tried and true local restaurants will have plenty of food for tasting, there will be freshly shucked oysters, desserts, and plenty to drink like wine and cocktails. While you’re wining and dining the night away check out the reggae vibe of Beto Petrillo and Rob Russo and the jazzed up duo of Matt Criscuolo and Tony Purrone. There will also be auction items like tickets to see Billy Joel, The Daily Show, pearl necklaces, dinner at Michael Jordan’s steakhouse, and more. Tickets are $75 if you buy them online or $85 at the door with profits going towards CLASP Homes of Westport.
Bites and Drinks Include
- Beaver Beer
- Bianco Rosso
- Bobby Q’s Bodacious BBQ & Grill
- The Cottage
- Garelick & Herbs
- Greens Farms Spirit Shop
- Little Barn
- Matsu Sushi
- Rive Bistro
- Le Rouge
- Rothbard Ale + Larder
- Tarantino Restaurant
- Washington Prime
CLASP is a 34 year old organization providing homes and opportunities for people with autism and other developmental disabilities. Its programs foster independence, dignity and continued growth for its clients at its 21 residences in seven area communities. CLASP collaborates with area businesses to match the capabilities of its clients with the needs of these companies.
A few months back we wrote a post, asking restaurants to help take part in a brand new kind of restaurant week: Food for Thought Restaurant Week. Well, look here good people, it’s just around the corner now. The premise is that you go to one of the participating restaurants in Connecticut or Rhode Island for any meal between 1/24-1/30, bring the printed donation coupon, eat out, and 10% of your bill will go to The Salvation Army! That easy, that simple to help out. Continue reading
6th Annual Food + Wine Tasting ft. Stamford restaurants + world wines @ The Italian Center of Stamford3 Nov
Do you know what makes the work week so much better? Not going in? Yeah, that’s true, but another great thing is when you get to look forward to some food and drinks at the end of it all. Sometimes that’s all that gets us through some of those tough days. But, hey, that’s where the 6th Annual Food & Wine Tasting from The North Stamford Exchange Club comes in. They are hosting another great event from 7-10 this Friday, 11/6 at The Italian Center of Stamford. Tickets are $50 each, 4 for $190, or 6 for $270 and can be bought by email, by calling Wilmot at (203) 667-1202, going to Giovana’s Wines & Spirits (1492 High Ridge Road), or purchasing them at the door. Continue reading
Some nummy nummy restaurants and bakeries across Fairfield County are coming together for a night full of food, drinks, music, and all around-goodness for the March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction. The event is taking place at the newly opened Warehouse at Fairfield Theatre Company, starts at 6:30, and costs $75 per person. Oh, and you’ll get plenty for that, too: Continue reading
Jeff Roberts, the man behind the burgeoning Facebook group (over 300 members) Craft Beer Enthusiast Union, has organized a beer event to satisfy all the beer geeks out there: Funk Fest 2015. Jeff joked around, saying that you don’t want to be the person who is looking at Untappd checkins and feel all left out. So, instead, go treat yo’self and get down to The Outer Space in Hamden on 11/22 at 3 PM for a benefit to go down in the history books for The Hole in the Wall Gang. Tickets are $85, can be purchased now, and are selling out with only 20 left. Continue reading
The Stamford Chili Cookoff is looking for cooks and chefs who have mastered the art of chili. If you think you’ve got that killer recipe that will help you take home first prize, then contact Joe Gonzalez and let him know you’re in it to win it!
For the rest of you who just want to taste their chili and vote on your favorite, let this be a save the date! The event goes down on November 1 from 11-3 at the beautiful Stamford Museum and Nature Center. More details on the way . . . but we can say that this is a great event that not only warms your body, but also your heart as you’re helping to raise money for The Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County.
Work or live in or around Greenwich? Well, stop by Whole Foods Greenwich from 11-2 for a lunch from the grill! For just a $5 donation, you’ll get your choice of a hamburger, an organic hot dog, or veggie burger with all the toppings. Plus, you’ll get a cute little snack bag, fresh fruit, your choice of beverage, and one free entry in the gift basket giveaway. Money raised is going directly to the awesome work that Friends of Greenwich Library puts in towards providing stellar programming, events, books, and more. We’re members and we just love the library, so we hope that you can help spread the word and help raise some money for a great organization!
Good Will from the Grill Fundraiser for Friends of Greenwich Library
6/5 from 11-2
Whole Foods Market Greenwich
90 E Putnam Ave.
Greenwich, CT 06830
Save the date, fellow foodophiles: May 7 from 6-9 pm at The Loading Dock in Stamford.
That’s when Food for All goes down and this year is destined to be even more amazing than the previous years with not only an amazing assortment of new restaurants, and great cocktails being mixed up, but there will also be a Dessert Cafe to sweeten the deal. Tickets are $75 per person or cost $60 if you buy six or more tickets.
A library isn’t just a home for books and magazines, though many people see them this way. No, a library is a gathering place, a resource, a place to learn new skills, experience new things, and to feel like a part of the community. And, nowhere is this more true than at The Ferguson Library in Stamford where there are always a ton of things going on like book talks, Meet the Author nights, children’s events, fairs, festivals, and special events.
Speaking of special events: The Ferguson Library is about ready to start the next chapter of a successful year with their annual A Novel Affair event. Tickets for the 4/9 event from 5:30-8:30 are $125 and can be bought here. This is actually our third time going and we’re very proud to be one of the media sponsors this year, too.