Taste of the Nation Recap: Main Line-Area Restaurants Impress at the Charitable Event

Did you attend Taste of the Nation on June 20? A few suburban chefs dished up tasty plates at this charitable event. Here’s a recap.

If you were lucky enough to attend Taste of the Nation at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel on June 20, then you know what a great event it was, especially since proceeds went to Share Our Strength, a wonderful nonprofit fighting childhood hunger. The caliber of chefs, mixologists and restaurants represented was outstanding, and the food was top-notch. Guests had a fun time walking from table to table (about 40 total), sampling food, bidding on fantastic auction items, and just enjoying the energy of the night.

A few Main Line-area chefs were present, including the team from Verdad Restaurant & Tequila Bar in Bryn Mawr. Chef Nick Farina’s table was buzzing with guests all night long. Funky Lil’ Kitchen’s Michael Falcone also had a table, serving up a beautiful strawberry soup that was so fresh and summery. You can always count on Falcone to create a dish that’s practically straight from the farmers’ market.

What were your favorite dishes? If you didn’t get the opportunity to attend, please go next year. You will have a ball.

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