On Sunday, March 19th, over 30 local chefs will gather at the American Legion
Hall Amagansett to serve up a cold weather comfort food favorite, delicious piping hot soup, as part of Project MOST
's annual Empty Bowls benefit. The bottomless soup event will take place from 12 to 3 p.m. and is open to all.
"This is a great community event," shared Rebecca Morgan Taylor, Executive Director of Project MOST. "Many local chefs donate their time and talents by creating amazing soups and breads to support a program that teaches local children about healthy eating, organic gardening and where their food come from."
Participating chefs and eateries include Kieran Brew
of the Amagansett Fire Department
, Cheryl Stair
of Art Of Eating
, Bell & Anchor
, Damien O'Donnell
of Harbor Grill
, Arjun Achuthan
of Hayground School
, Chris Egert
and Debbie Geppert of Bostwick's, Mill House Inn
, Nick & Toni's
, Vicky Sdrougias
of Old Stone Market
, Bill Hall
and Lauren Harrington
of One Stop, Nabil & Kelly Bahi of Pepperoni's Pizza, Pete Ambrose Events
, Jeanine Burge
of Silver Spoon Specialties
, Juliette Logie of Simply Sublime
, Arthur Wolf
of Smokin' Wolf, Kristy Hood
of Springs General Store
, Spiro Dimopoulas
of Springs Pizza
, Charlotte Sasso
of Stuart's Seafood
, Shawn Christman of Sea Bean, Mary's Marvelous
, Estia's, Carissa's Breads, and Dreseens Catering.
Attendees can make an afternoon out of it or pick up some soup to-go if your time is limited. The event will also include a bake sale and arts and crafts for little ones.
"Project MOST is very grateful to everyone who volunteers their time to support a great cause," added Morgan Taylor. "Come and enjoy!"
Proceeds will support Project MOST, an East Hampton-based nonprofit service for local school children interested in engaging in activities after school, and The Springs Seedlings
Project, a garden classroom that was inspired by the model of The Edible Schoolyard, on land allocated by the Springs School District.
Admission is $12 for adults, $5 for children (13 and under), $25 for families and free for kids under 5-years-old.
American Legion Hall Amagansett is located at 15 Montauk Highway in East Hampton. For more information, visit www.projectmost.com.
Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com