The 12th Annual Taste of Greenwich House, presented by The Paul E. Singer Foundation and RBC Capital Markets, hosted a lively benefit at the Metropolitan Pavilion on Monday night.
34 of New York City's most high-end restaurants participated in the benefit. Serving guests some of their spectacular signature dishes in bite-sized form.
The Greenwich House is a non-profit community organization located in the West Village. Medical, health, educational, recreational and cultural services are provided to seniors, victims of domestic violence, recovering substance abuse individuals as well as many others in need. In 1942, Greenwich House launched the first ever after-school program in NYC.
Other programs offered include: Greenwich House Music, Greenwich House Pottery, Greenwich House Arts Camp, Greenwich House Malakoff Girls' Basketball, Barrow Street Nursery School and a Children's Safety Program.
For over 100 years, The Greenwich House has contributed to enriching lives of others in the community.
The Silent Auction Packages at the 12th Annual Taste of Greenwich House highlights included: A Sleepover at the Natural History Museum, Tickets to Daytime Talk Shows, A Pair of Tickets to the 2014 Glimmerglass Opera, Broadway Show Tickets, Mets Tickets as well as many other incredible items.
Guests at the event enjoyed the live jazz band and tasted oysters served personally by professional shuckers along with a choice of sauces: cocktail, lemon juice and champagne vinaigrette.
To learn more about volunteering, donating and/or the sponsors for the evening, please visit: http://www.greenwichhouse.org