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Bringing music and food together is a beautiful thing and doing it for charity makes it even more beautiful. Last night, the first ever Beats ‘n Eats event was held at The Fillmore. Hosted by celebrity chef Robert Irvine of the TV show “Restaurant Impossible,” six celebrity chefs created a 7-course meal for attendees. Participating chefs included Morimoto, Daniel Stern, Kevin Sbraga, Marc Vetri, Brian Duffy and Buddy Valastro. Guests were also entertained by violinist, DJ and vocalist DSharp and the nine-piece band, Bosley.
There was also a live auction to raise additional funds. One of the items was a ping pong table signed by all of the chefs which went to Danielle Cohn, with her winning $1500 bid.
Were you there? Check out our photos from HughE Dillon.
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