‘Chefs for Hope’ to Raise Funds for Haiyan Relief
A group of local chefs, entertainers and food and beverage industry professionals will stage â€œChefs For Hope,â€ a fundraiser for survivors of the devastating Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
â€œThe images of destruction are unbelievable,â€ says chef Chai Chaowasaree, who is leading the efforts, along with Pacific Rim Conceptsâ€™ Lee-Ann Choy. â€œPeople have lost everything and entire towns have been washed away.â€
Confirmed participants include 12th Ave Grill, Alan Wongâ€™s, the Beachhouse at the Moana, Cafe Laufer, Centerplate, d.k Steakhouse, HASR Bistro, Hawaiian Spring Water, Hiroshiâ€™s, Japengo, JJ Bistro & French Pastry, Kakaako Kitchen, La Tour Cafe, Mariposa, Michelâ€™s at the Colony Surf, Morimoto, Nicoâ€™s, Noriâ€™s, Ola at the Turtle Bay Resort, Paradise Beverages, Poke Stop, Rakuen Sushi Bar/Mercury Pub, Royâ€™s, SALT, Sansei Sushi Bar & Restaurant, Side Street Inn, Southern Wine & Spirits, Tango Contemporary Cafe, The Pacific Club and World Sake Import Beverages.
The event will be held Monday, Nov. 25 at the Neal Blaisdell Center. VIP tables of 10 cost $5,000; reserved seating for 10 is priced at $1,500; and $100 for individual grazing tickets. One hundred percent of ticket sales will be donated to the Salvation Army. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. for VIP and reserved seating, and 6:30 for general admission.
Tickets are available at the Neal Blaisdell Box Office Monday-Saturday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. and at Chef Chai at Pacifica. For more information, call 585-0011.
Event sponsors include Accel Rentals, Current Affairs, Events International, Hon Graphics, Nursery Associates, Pacific Rim Concepts, LLC and Royal Party Rentals.
Ticket Value: Hard Tickets sales
6:30 P.M. (Public Entry)
$150.00 general seating
$100.00 for individual grazing tickets
*5:30 P.M. (VIP Entry)
*$500.00 VIP tickets sold by the Promoter
*Tickets also sold at Chef Chai at Pacifica
Ages: 21 years and up / No one under 21
Payment Accepted by cash, Visa, Master Card, Discover, and American Express. No feen selling Hard Tickets.
Source: Neil S. Blaisdell Center