9th Annual “A Taste of Greenwich House” On Monday, Mar. 14

 Monday, March 14, 20119th Annual “A Taste of Greenwich House” event. Top restaurants and chefs from around New York City will once again donate their time and talent to support an incredible variety of urban social service programs.

9th Annual “A Taste of Greenwich House” moves to a new venue: the 17,000 square-foot Metropolitan Pavilion double the size of last year’s venue.

Sara Moulton Good Morning America, as well as exclusive early access to all of the participating restaurants and specialty cocktails.

Betel; Henry Meer, City Hall; Harold Moore, Commerce; Steven Picker, Good; and Chris Siversen, Maritime Parc; Daniel Angerer, Klee, Brats, and the 


Board Chair, Dr. Elissa Kramer remarked, “A Taste of Greenwich House is a fantastic evening that highlights the amazing talents of our community. Through the contributions of each and every person who gives of themselves or their time, we are able to enhance our community with diverse programming to meet the many social needs of our neighbor New Yorkers and maintain the tradition of excellence in caring that Greenwich House has upheld for the past century.”


A Taste of Greenwich House * Metropolitan Pavilion * 125 W 18th Street (between 6th & 7th Avenues) * New York, NY

VIP Gourmet tickets: $250 (with name listing in the program), and VIP tickets: $200

General Admission: $125 per person in advance, $140 at the door. 


For tickets or sponsorship information please contact Yojiro Moro at YMoro@greenwichhouse.org or (212) 991-0003 x 403.  To purchase tickets online go to the Greenwich House Web site, www.greenwichhouse.org/taste2011.  If you are not able to attend, please consider a gift to help us help our neighbors: http://www.greenwichhouse.org/get_involved/donate.

  Located in historic Greenwich Village and Chelsea, Greenwich House continuously responds to current community needs with varied programs that provide special care to thousands of clients each day.  These programs include: serving daily hot meals at our thriving Senior Center, enriching the curriculum of NYC schools with music classes, hosting resident artists and learning the rich history of ceramic arts at the Greenwich House Pottery, treating abused children through counseling and prevention programs, providing clinical and therapeutic care through our HIV/AIDS service, offering drug-free counseling to substance abusers and their families and reaching home bound seniors in need of mental health and consultation services.