Project By Project proudly presents its 15th annual tasting benefit, Plate by Plate, its signature event produced in NYC, L.A., and San Francisco. Each year, the event showcases New York City's premier restaurants and is attended by over 500 food and wine loving guests who look forward to sampling what the city's best has to offer. Project by Project and benefits from previous years have been featured on Bravo TV's hit reality show, Top Chef, and MTV-K, as well as some of New York's best culinary publications. You'll also have the chance to interact and mingle with the city's best chefs. Between tasting intricate bites and sipping beverages, don't forget to check out our wide array of silent auction items.
See our Food and Beverage Participants here.
See our Silent Auction Donors here.
Net ticket proceeds will benefit our partner charity organization, Film News Now Foundation (FNN).
VIP Tickets Information:
In addition to general admission, VIP ticket holders will have access to the VIP reception from 6:00 - 7:30 as well as:
- Early access to tastings
- A quickfire Mixology contest
- Exclusive VIP seating
- A VIP gift bag worth $100+
- ...and more!
The fun doesn't stop after Plate by Plate!
All Plate by Plate attendees will have access to the after party at M Lounge. Please retain your Plate by Plate wristlet for entry.
62 Thomas St (between Broadway & Church St)
New York, NY 10013
11:00pm to 3:00am
More about the organizations:
Project by Project is a national volunteer organization of social entrepreneurs that serves Asian American non-profits in need by raising public awareness, volunteerism, and capital. Every year, each local chapter partners with a community-based organization and tailors a year-long campaign to help its fundraising, community outreach and public awareness efforts. Project by Project Incorporated is a 501(C)(3) not-for-profit organization.
Film News Now Foundation (FNN) creates films targeted to the US and international market to raise awareness of Asians and Asian Americans in the United States for their past contributions. The foundation has supported many independent filmmakers, in particular, Asians, Asian Americans and women. In the past, the Film News Now Foundation has sponsored projects by Ang Lee, Mira Nair, J.T. Takagi, Lonnie Ding, Renee Tajima, Peggy Stern and numerous other independent filmmakers. One of their most well known films is the Oscar-nominated Who Killed Vincent Chin? (1987).
Check out Footage from Plate by Plate New York 2012!
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