The Chocolate, Dessert & Wine Lover's 'Tasting' Evening to benefit The Shelter for the Homeless is back! On Thursday, February 6th, over 50 vendors will be serving up an evening of glorious culinary indulgence in the form of decadent chocolates, confections, and mouthwatering baked good, all washed down with fine wines, beer and specialty beverages. Here's the real bonus…You can enjoy your nibbles from favorite restaurants and shops like Bar Sugo, Darien Cheese Shop, Shearwater Organic Coffee Roasters, Chocolate Lab, and Izzi B’s Allergen-Free Cupcakes, knowing that 100% of every ticket sold supports the Shelter for the Homeless programs.
Check out the complete list of vendors below and we'll see you there!
Treats and Sweets
Bad Louie's Fudge, Lola's Cottage Cookies, Baldanza Natural Market & Café, Longford's Ice Cream, Bella'sBerries, Lorca, Cabot Creamery, Pink Cupcake Shack, Candy Scoop, Pink's Babycakes, Cathy's Biscotti, Shearwater Organic Coffee Roasters, Chocolate Lab, Suckerborne, Chocolate Rain Shop, Suzi's Home Made, Connecticut Cookie Company, Tastefully Simple, Forever Sweet Bakery, TS Chocolates, Gingerbitz, Unbakeables , Izzi B's Allergen Free Bakery, Whole Foods, Le Rouge - Handmade Chocolates by Aarti, Xocai Healthy Chocolate
Bar Q, Bar Sugo, Bar Taco, Barcelona, Burgers Shakes and Fries, Darien Cheese Shop, Kona Grill, Max Restaurants, Melting Pot, Olio, Some Things Fishy Catering, Ten Twenty Post
Wines and Beverages
Anheuser Busch, Crazy Grapes, Degrazia Vineyards, Barcelona, Onyx Spirits, Robek's, Casa Villa, Spiked Seltzer, Westford Hill Distillery,
Location: The Stamford Marriott Hotel & Spa, 243 Tresser Boulevard, Stamford
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Tickets: $50 in advance, $60 after February 3rd. Tickets can be purchased on-line at: shelterforhomeless.org/ (Once on the website, click on Donate Now)
About Shelter for the Homeless
Shelter for the Homeless runs the only men’s emergency shelter serving Stamford, Greenwich, Darien and New Canaan. The shelter is located at 597 Pacific Street in Stamford’s South End neighborhood. For twenty-five years, the shelter has housed and fed lower Fairfield County’s homeless men. Shelter for the Homeless is also working to change the dynamic of homelessness. By providing programs for education, employment development and drug and alcohol addiction, the shelter is helping homeless men and women move toward self-sufficiency. Help us make this event a success.