March Of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction Brings Chattanooga’s Top Restaurants Together To Give All Babies A Fighting Chance

Friday, November 11, 2016

The Chattanooga March of Dimes will hold their Annual Signature Chefs Auction on Saturday from 6-9 p.m. at Stratton Hall.

"This fundraising event offers 400 guests the opportunity to sample fare from some of the area's best restaurants, mingle with local celebrity chefs, taste incredible wines and spirits, and bid on an impressive array of auction items.  This evening, which helps raise important dollars for the March of Dimes in Chattanooga, pays tribute to the culinary excellence of local chefs and caterers in the River Valley and is geared toward people who enjoy fine dining, fine wine, auctions and entertainment," organizers said.   "We’ll also have former Tennessee Volunteer of the Year Dan Cobb present to speak with you."

“People love Signature Chefs because they get to enjoy a variety of fine wines and dishes from Chattanooga’s top restaurants,” said Mr. Cobb.  “And at the same time, they have the satisfaction of knowing that they’re helping the March of Dimes in its mission to ensure that all babies are born stronger, healthier and full-term.” 

This year’s event also promises entertainment as well as live and silent auctions items including dining packages, fine wines and champagnes, travel, and other specialty items, with all proceeds benefiting the March of Dimes. 

Participating Restaurants include:
1885 Grill
Beast and Barrel
Cafe on the Corner
Chattanooga Golf and Country Club
Embargo 62/Ceniza
Feed Company Table and Tavern
Mean Mug
Milk and Honey
Mike’s Smokehouse
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse
St. John’s/The Meeting Place
STIR

All proceeds from the event benefit the March of Dimes.  For more event information, visit the event site here.



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