Wine & Dine!
A Benefit Dinner featuring local seasonal ingredients with a French influence prepared by Michelin-Award Winning Chef Daniel Eddy to Support Moving For Life.
Join our hosts and sponsors*:
Blake Middleton and Martha Eddy
Carin and Aaron Pine
& Alexis and Steven Strongin
in celebrating Moving For Life's community classes and our citywide accomplishments at the annual Wine & Dine.
Wine & Dine proceeds help those living with cancer enhance their understanding and healing through movement
Wine & Dine is Moving For Life's primary annual fundraiser and your contribution enables us to provide free movement classes and lectures for cancer patients and survivors of all ages dealing w many kinds of cancer. Moving For Life works with the NYC City Hospital system at Lincoln, Metropolitan and Jacobi Hospitals. With your help, we can launch support groups in East Harlem, Harlem, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.
Help Moving For Life maintain and expand these precious programs. Bring friends to the event! Consider sponsoring a table. Your contributions will allow us to bring even more smiles and greater health to our participants through dozens of NEW classes and events in the coming year. There is great demand. Help us make it happen!
Join us, June 17th to partake in a delectable evening with great food and drink, for a great cause.
If you can't make it but would still like to be a sponsor or co-host we can help you with inviting guests in your honor. Be in touch.
*Sponsor list is still forming. If interested in Sponsoring or Hosting a Table contact: email@example.com
About Daniel Eddy, Michelin-award winning chef:
Executive Chef- Walnut Street Cafe
Daniel Eddy began his culinary career in 2004. After 4 years of cooking in NYC, Eddy decided to travel, ultimately landing in Paris in 2009. There he had a chance to work with Daniel Rose (Le Cou Cou/Starr Restaurant) at his first acclaimed restaurant, Spring.
After three years at Spring, Daniel returned to home NYC, and in April of 2015 he opened Rebelle restaurant, receiving critical acclaim and a Michelin star in his first year, which he held onto until his departure in 2017.
Eddy has most recently opened Walnut Street Cafe, which has garnered a three bell review from the Philadelphia Enquirer, and listed in the Top 25 restaurants in Philadelphia for 2017.
At home, in Brooklyn, he can be found cooking for his family and friends.