Ten popular restaurants in Boston’s North End, South End, and Seaport District will host the 9th annual CityFeast on Jan. 26 at 6 p.m. This year’s festivities will include Mayor Thomas M. Menino as CityFeast’s honoree, celebrating his passion and commitment to supporting the event, which brings Boston’s health and wellness initiatives to promote diabetes awareness to the forefront.
Tickets are $150 and will get you a five-course dinner with wine pairings at your choice of restaurant below (and tequila pairings at participating restaurant Temazcal). Participating restaurants include:
93 Salem Street, Boston
253 Hanover Street, Boston
1395 Washington Street, Boston
226 Hanover Street, Boston
415 Hanover Street, Boston
1 Seaport Lane, Boston
210 Hanover Street, Boston
250 Northern Avenue, Boston
98 Salem Street, Boston
233 Hanover Street, Boston
Reservations are limited, and will be given on a first-come, first-serve basis. Proceeds will benefit the Joslin Diabetes Center’s High Hopes Fund.
To learn more about CityFeast, visit events.joslin.org/cityfeast.
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