Sunday Supper an Annual Feast, for a Fine Cause |

Sunday Supper an Annual Feast, for a Fine Cause


Jamestown Properties and the James Beard Foundation host the fifth annual installment of the epic edible event known as Sunday Supper. This 250-person, family-style dinner is prepared by 19 renowned chefs — who, like those seated at tables that extend through Chelsea Market’s 400-foot concourse, come together in the spirit of raising funds for the James Beard Foundation’s scholarship for Fulton Youth of the Future at Robert Fulton Houses. This year, for the first time, Wellness in the Schools (which promotes healthy eating, environmental awareness and fitness) will also benefit from the fundraiser. The specialty menu features artful selections from the likes of Francesco Berardinelli (Giovanni Rana), Mary Cleaver (The Green Table), Yang Huang and Brian Ray (Buddakan), Amy Scherber (Amy’s Bread) and other distinguished chefs.

Sun., March 24, at Chelsea Market (75 Ninth Ave., btw. 15th & 16th Sts.). The cocktail reception begins at 6pm, followed by a multicourse dinner at 7pm. Reservations ($240 per person) are required. Call 212-627-2308 or visit Twitter: #JBFSundaySupper.


  1. vica says:

    looks awesome, but the live version was even better. Delicious food and really nice people made my night!

  2. ion says:

    There's nothing like good food to bring people together. I want to be part of this too.

  3. catrina says:

    That looks so neat and cozy! It must be a dream place for foodies, especially since foodies usually love details when it comes to their meals