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Sunday Supper at DANIEL benefiting Citymeals-on-Wheels
March 8, 2015 @ 5:30 pm - 10:00 pmFree
Citymeals-on-Wheels Board of Directors Co-President Chef Daniel Boulud will continue his longtime support of Citymeals-on-Wheels with his famed Sunday Supper at DANIEL. Joining Chef Boulud in the kitchen this year will be Chef Pierre Gagnaire of Restaurant Pierre Gagnaire in Paris. The event, themed “Black Truffles and Blue Jeans,” will benefit Citymeals-on-Wheels, a nonprofit organization that works with community-based meal centers to prepare and deliver more than 2 million weekend, holiday and emergency meals for 18,000 homebound elderly New Yorkers every year.
One hundred and fifty lucky guests will indulge at two Michelin-starred DANIEL, one of New York City’s most elegant dining destinations, where they will be served a splendid late winter menu highlighting black truffles. Citymeals Board Vice President Robert S. Grimes will serve as the Benefit Chair. The dinner will be paired with wines chosen by Head Sommelier at DANIEL Raj Vaidya.
The evening will include live and silent auctions of rare and large format wines, specialty gourmet selections and one-of-a-kind travel and dining experiences. Attire is “Sunday chic—blue jeans encouraged!” Official sponsors are Official Airline American Airlines and Official Water FIJI Water. Other sponsors include Capital One and The Chefs’ Warehouse. Sponsorship opportunities are available.
To purchase tickets or donate an auction item(s), contact the Citymeals-on-Wheels Special Events Department by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 212-687-1290. For sponsorship inquiries, please contact Kelsey Overby, Partnerships Manager, at 212-687-1234.
Individual Tickets: $1,400
Gourmand Tickets: $2,500
Gourmand Tables for ten guests: $25,000
The non-tax-deductible portion of each seat is $100.
One hundred percent of ticket and auction proceeds will support Citymeals in its mission to prepare and deliver nutritious meals to homebound elderly New Yorkers. All funds needed to cover administrative and fundraising expenses are raised separately and specifically for those purposes and not from the general public.