Spagio and Spagio Cellars today announced its 10th Annual “A Celebration of Wine, Food and Dining with the Stars” to benefit Columbus Children’s Hospital Hospice Program through Pleasure Guild, a volunteer organization of the hospital. The evening begins at 5:30 p.m. with a Veuve Cliquot champagne reception where guests are able to meet the chefs of the evening, followed by the main event at 6:30 p.m. Monday, February 26 at Spagio, 1295 Grandview Ave., Columbus.
Attendees will stroll through the Spagio kitchen with the opportunity to stop at different stations and taste award-winning cuisine prepared by world renowned chefs from across the country (full list of featured chefs below). They will sample wines from premiere vineyards, enjoy live music entertainment and participate in a silent auction.
Event tickets are $195 per person or $2,950 for a sponsor-level table (includes 10 tickets and mention on event materials). Tickets for the champagne reception are $100 per person and space is limited. The event is black-tie optional.
For more information about Spagio’s “A Celebration of Wine, Food and Dining with the Stars” and to purchase tickets, please contact Katelyn Burkholder at (614) 722-2985.
Spencer Budros – Pistachio Sweet Kitchen, Columbus, Ohio
Tom Fleming – Central 214, Dallas, Texas
Chef Hartmut Handke – Handke’s Cuisine, Columbus, Ohio
Brian Hinshaw – M, Columbus, Ohio
John Hogan – Keefer’s, Chicago, Ill.
Paul Kahan – Blackbird, Avec, Chicago, Ill.
William Koval – Noble House Hotels & Resorts, Seattle, Wash.
Shawn McClain – Spring, Green Zebra, Custom House, Chicago, Ill.
Hubert Seifert – Spagio, Columbus, Ohio
Allen Sternweiler – Allen’s New American Café, Chicago, Ill.
Ghyslain Maurais – Ghyslain Chocolates, Inc., Union City, Ind.
Don Yamauchi – Tribute, Farmington Hills, Mich.
Dean Zanella – 312 Chicago, Chicago, Ill.
About Pleasure Guild
Pleasure Guild, an organization of 80 women committed to raising funds for Columbus Children’s Hospital, traces its roots to the hospital’s beginnings. In 1890, a group of boys and girls decided to make and sell small crafts to raise money for the purchase of “pleasures” for the children in the hospital. In 1908, a group of women formalized the children’s fundraising efforts and became Pleasure Guild of Children’s Hospital.
Pleasure Guild has raised over $2.5 million for the children of Columbus Children’s Hospital, and in recent years, Children’s Hospice Program. Members commit to a three-year term and participate in a variety of fundraising and service projects.
Mary Ellen Fiorino / Pam Barber
Columbus Children's Hospital Marketing and Public Relations