Dozens of local restaurants and bars will join together at Skybox Event Center (2424 E. York Street) for Chefs’ Night for PAWS on Monday, October 2, 2017.
Chefs’ Night for PAWS is a culinary event like no other, where guests can enjoy the flavors that make each Philadelphia neighborhood unique, all under one roof. Proceeds benefit PAWS’ efforts to save the city’s homeless pets and to lead Philadelphia to become a no-kill city.
Skybox offers a perfect setting to showcase Philadelphia’s food and drink enclaves. Participating chefs will be grouped by location, with replicas of the icons that make their areas distinct and video to bring their neighborhood to life. Guests will take a visual tour while they meet the culinary stars who give each area its unique personality.
The event runs from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. and guests can choose from four differ
General Admission (Pair) $300
VIP Admission $250ent ticket options:
General Admission $175
VIP Admission (Pair): $450
VIP admission offers guests an even more distinctive experience. VIP guests (sponsors and individual ticket-buyers) will enjoy a preview hour for first access to the main event and a chance to interact with participating chefs. VIP admission also includes access to the exclusive VIP Lounge. There, the remarkable food being served in the main event space will be butler-served, offering a more intimate setting where VIPs will have the neighborhoods brought to them.
PAWS is accepting sign-ups for participating restaurants for a limited time, as space allows. Participating restaurants will benefit from a full public relations and social media campaign to maximize attendance and exposure, and event photography capturing branding and attendee interaction to be featured on PAWS’ website and social media channels.
In addition, participating chefs and their staffs are invited to the Chefs’ after-party, from 10 p.m. to midnight in the adjacent Liberty Room. For more information on participating, contact Sharon Phillips Waxman: 215-670-4323 or email@example.com.
PAWS is 100% donor-funded, so its ability to save and serve Philadelphia’s most vulnerable pets depends entirely on the generosity of its supporters.
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