5/12/2013 04:28:00 PM
The Somerville Chamber of Commerce’s Dining & Nightlife Group has announced that part of the proceeds from the annual Taste of Somerville will benefit RESPOND, Inc., the nation’s second oldest domestic violence agency. The event will be held on Tuesday, May 21st at the Holiday Inn in Somerville. It features more than 30 area restaurants that provide samples of appetizers, entrees, pastries, desserts, wine and beer.
“As a nonprofit that’s been a part of Somerville since 1974, we love taking part in an event that allows people to experience the incredible flavors and cultures offered by this city’s dining scene while also supporting our mission to end domestic violence,” says RESPOND, Inc. Executive Director Jessica Brayden. “The Taste of Somerville is the perfect way to support both the important work that RESPOND does and the local restaurants that make this city a dining destination.”
“We are pleased to produce this event to benefit RESPOND, Inc. this year,” says Dave Flanagan co-owner of Foundry on Elm and Saloon, and Chair of the Somerville Chamber Dining & Nightlife Group. “The Taste of Somerville is a true community event. The restaurants serve amazing food, beers, and wines, and every ticket purchased benefits an important nonprofit that has served Somerville and its surrounding area for 39 years.”
Tuesday, May 21st, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The Holiday Inn Somerville, 30 Washington St., Somerville
Click (here) to get tickets.
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