By Jrm

February 19,2018

JRM Social Series Dinner #005 – Eat, Drink & be Giving

This March our goal is to deliver over 20,000 meals to those in need and we are inviting you to help. To help reach our goal, acclaimed Chef & JRM Hospitality CEO James Metcalfe will be treating guests to an intimate dining experience at ‘The Dish’, a private restaurant housed within a restricted area of Telstra Customer Insights Centre, not usually accessible to the public. Guests will enjoy canapés on arrival followed by a decadent four-course dinner with matching wines personally designed by James. Proceeds from each ticket sold will be donated to OzHarvest, & simply by attending, you will be helping to provide 300 meals to those in need. There will be live & silent auctions held on the night giving guests the opportunity to win some impressive prizes. OzHarvest is Australia’s leading food rescue organisation, collecting quality excess food from commercial outlets & delivering it directly to more than 1,000 charities across the country. It costs just $1 to deliver 2 meals to those in need, so all donations large & small go a long way. As always, JRM Hospitality has partnered with some of Australia’s finest providores for the Social Series Dinner including C&C Chickens & Sydney Direct Fresh Produce. C&C Chickens is a Sydney based, family run company that provides Grade A poultry to some of the most notable establishments in NSW. Sydney Direct Fresh Produce is Sydney’s premier fruit & vegetable provedore, committed to providing their clients with the finest fruit & vegetables all year around. Due to the exclusive venue tickets are strictly limited. James will be partaking in the CEO Cookoff, an annual event hosted for over 1,100 people in need, so help James & the JRM hospitality team reach their goal by booking your ticket today. Tickets: $150 Ticket link: https://www.ceocookoff.com.au/fundraisers/jamesmetcalfe/ceo-cookoff-2018-individual Date: 6pm, Friday 2nd March Address: The Dish, Telstra Customer Insights Centre, Level 2, 400 George Street
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