Meals on Wheels Chicago
- Endless small plates from more than 40 of the city’s best chefs
and drinks from a dozen mixologists
- Interact with chefs outside the kitchen while sipping
cocktails, wine and beer
- "An elegant evening of dining and imbibing with the city’s
finest foodies” (Zagat)
- Featured chefs include Bill Kim (Belly Q), Danny Mejia (mfk),
David DiGregorio (Osteria via Stato), Marty Fosse
(Anteprima/Ombra/Acre), Jared Wentworth (Longman & Eagle),
Craig Couper (Michael Jordan's Steak House) and Rick Gresh
- Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, 8:30 p.m.–12:30 a.m.
The Meals on Wheels Chicago Celebrity Chef Ball is “always one of the most spectacular” culinary events of the year (Chicagoist), and the only way to get a coveted ticket for the 2016 Chef's Tasting Party is through Travelzoo. With less than 40 tickets left before Friday's event, we expect it will sell out fast.<br><br><ul><li>For $150 per person, receive a ticket to the Chef’s Tasting Party<br></li><li>100% of your purchase will go to Meals on Wheels Chicago<br></li><li>Savor unlimited small plates along with cocktails, wine and beer<br></li><li>View the <b><a target="_blank" tabindex="0" href="http://www.mealsonwheelschicago.org/site/epage/159446_732.htm">full list of participating chefs</a></b><br></li><li>Participate in a silent auction and raffles<br></li><li>Have fun with the interactive photo station or play ping pong sponsored by AceBounce<br></li><li>Follow the event with #CelebChefBall<br></li></ul><br><font color="#ff0000"><strong>Travelzoo Tip:</strong></font> Meals on Wheels Chicago generates nearly a fourth of its annual revenue at the ball, which, in turn, helps provide more than 79,000 meals a year for homebound seniors and people with disabilities. A limited number of tickets are available, so act quickly.<br><br><strong>Terms and Conditions</strong><br>Valid for one person. Must be of legal age to consume alcohol. Cannot combine with other offers. Must use in one visit.