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Share Our Strength's Taste of the Nation Food & Wine Event Comes to Palm Beach

On Wednesday, April 13, Share Our Strength's annual Taste of the Nation food and wine event will feature tastings from dozens of the county's top chefs and restaurants at the Kravis Center's Cohen Pavilion in West Palm Beach.

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Chef Zach Bell of Café Boulud is this year's Chef Chair for Palm Beach's Taste of the Nation. So far, 28 restaurants such as 3800 Ocean, 32 East, Atlantic Ocean Club and Buddha Sky Bar, Four

Seasons Resort, Kubo, and Chops Lobster Bar are participating in the foodie event.  For a full list of participants go here.

In addition to food tastings, the fundraising event features numerous wine and spirit tastings, a VIP package (which includes an exclusive lounge area, gift bag, specialty wines & spirits), and a live auction with exotic prizes. 100 percent of ticket sales go towards Share Our Strength's campaign to end childhood hunger.

VIP tickets are $125/pre-sale and $150/door. General admission tickets are $80/pre-sale and $100/door. For information on donating auction lots, becoming a volunteer, establishing a sponsorship or on obtaining tickets call 561.998.2983 or visit the website at

New Times readers receive 10 percent off price of tickets by entering the promo code PBMEDIA online at

Future Taste of the Nation events: Fort Luaderdale, June 2; Miami, July 7; and Orlando August 6.

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Jamie Long
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