Mexico Earthquake Relief

mexico earthquake relief

Five Course Dinner Benefiting Mexico Earthquake Relief

October 22nd: 4:00pm – 8:00pm

Proceeds will be donated directly to a family of four in Puebla, Mexico who lost everything during the earthquake.

Wine included with dinner. 100% of sales will be donated. Our vendors are donating product and our staff, their time, to make this possible.

 

Menu

First Course

Roasted turnip soup, black beluga caviar, toasted pine nuts

Second Course

Butter basted large scallops, seared foie gras and apple-fennel relish

Third Course

Forest mushroom stuffed pheasant, dried fruit wild rice and rosemary sauce

Fourth Course

Double RR Ranch filet mignon, browned sugar glazed root vegetables and fourme D’Ambert cheese

Fifth Course

Chocolate and espresso cake

 

Price

$150/guest

 

Event

RESERVE A SEAT

Hudson’s Executive Chef, Ray Delgado invites you to this exclusive event to help a family of four build a home and rebuild their life. They are currently living in a shack built out of wood pallets.

Wine included with dinner. 100% of sales will be donated. Our vendors are donating product and our staff, their time, to make this possible.

Dinner to take place on October 22, 2017 from 4-8pm at Hudson’s Bar & Grill, 7805 NE Greenwood Drive, Vancouver WA 98662. Seating is limited.

Business or Cocktail Attire Requested.

If you cannot attend but would like to donate, please email leah.sarkkinen@cohoserv.com.

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