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Bombay Bazaar JCUV Fundraiser

When: Back to Calendar » April 27, 2014 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Community

Step into the sultry spice-filled air of the Bombay Bazaar on the evening of April 27th and find yourself surrounded with jewel-toned saris, colorful flowers, sitar music, and the succulent tastes of spicy curries, samosas, tandoori and vindaloo, interpreted by San Diego’s most creative chefs. Get a henna tattoo, take a lesson and join a Bollywood dance party, bid on exciting auction items, and enjoy the entertainment. Get your tickets now for this annual fundraiser for Just Call Us Volunteers and join us at SILO in Makers Quarter. Namaste!

CHEF’S TOAST
Join us 45 minutes before the event opens to enjoy lively conversation and a champagne toast with the evening’s featured chefs. Limited Chef’s Toast tickets include a special dish and a preview of the night’s offerings.

30+ RESTAURANTS AND CHEFS, Including
Baleen, Chef Amy DiBiase
Barrio Star, Chef Isabel Cruz
Brandon Brooks,
California’s Table, Chef Margeurite Grifka
Carnitas Snack Shack, Chef Hanis Cavin
E.A.T. Marketplace, Chef Leah Delyte
Hamilton’s Tavern, Chef Karen Blair
Isabel’s Cantina, Chef Isabel Cruz
Just Call Us Catering, Chef Julie Darling
Monkey Paw Pub & Brewery, Chef Karen Blair
Royal India, Chef Sam Kambo
Small Bar and Hamilton’s Tavern, Chef Karen Blair
Sundara, Chef Adam Lowe
The Patio on Lamont Street, Chef John Medall
The Red Door and Wellington Steak House, Chef Karrie Hills
Urbn Coal Fired, Chef Alex Carballo
Wild Thyme, Chef Dawn Parks
(follow their Facebook event page, more chefs coming soon!)

Sponsors include
Edible San Diego / San Diego Markets / CMG Design

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
Just Call Us Volunteers is an energetic group of professional chefs, selfless volunteers and generous purveyors making the world a better place one nutritious meal at a time for San Diego’s homeless, veterans, children and others in need. With an entirely volunteer staff and board, the 501.c.3 organization served more than 8,000 meals last year and taught low income families healthy and frugal cooking techniques in regular classes. The annual fundraiser helps buy equipment, tableware, and supplies to keep feeding the hungry in San Diego.

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