Yes, every time you turn around there is another fundraiser featuring multiple restaurants serving food and bartenders or vintners serving drinks all for very good causes. What makes this one different, well, Share Our Strength – Taste of the Nation Maryland is the mother to No Kid Hungry, a campaign that is core to the culinary industry and does its best to ensure that all children in America get the healthy food they need, every day.
I’ve was on the committee, oh about 20 years ago when events like this were far and few between. We held it at the Convention Center and Maryland State Fairgrounds and turnout was about 600 guests. That isn’t the case anymore, but it doesn’t make this cause any less worthy or enjoyable.
For what you would spend for a nice evening out, food and drink you can be enjoying the culinary offerings of the city’s leading restaurants Monday, October 7th at the American Visionary Museum.
Taste of the Nation Maryland 2013 will feature more than 20 of Baltimore's most prestigious restaurants, chefs, and mixologists for a night dedicated to help fund our No Kid Hungry Campaign. With the support and passion of our chefs, donors, sponsors, volunteers, and attendees we look forward to a night dedicated to Share Our Strength's mission, ending childhood hunger.
2013 Restaurant Participants
- b, Bolton Hill Bistro
- B&O American Brasserie
- Bluegrass Tavern
- Fleet Street Kitchen
- The Food Market
Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation® is the nation’s premier culinary benefit dedicated to making sure no kid grows up hungry. Each spring and summer, the nation's hottest chefs and mixologists donate their time, talent and passion at nearly 40 events across the United States and Canada, with one goal in mind: to raise the critical funds needed to support Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry® campaign to end childhood hunger.