February 28, 2018
Tallahassee has its annual events for foodies, like the Chef’s Sampler. And those for craft beer lovers, like Proof Brewing’s Tap Invitational. And it’s even home to ones that are all about the vino — like Madison Social’s Wine Mixer.
But every once in a while, along comes a celebration that combines all three.
Enter Pink and Swine.
Going on its second year this Saturday at the Goodwood Museum and Gardens, the Pink and Swine benefit is a fundraiser that promises a night of extraordinary food, spirits and music under the stars.
It delivered in Year 1.
And it’s about to blow the roof off in Year 2.
“We emulated Pink and Swine off of a similar event that we’ve done in Winter Park (Florida) the last eight years called Cows n Cabs,” said 4 Rivers Smokehouse owner John Rivers, the founder of Pink and Swine. “It’s proved to be a successful way to bring the community together with talented local chefs in a fun setting that raises funds for great causes. The chefs that participate do so because of their heart for the Tallahassee community and benefiting organizations: Tallahassee Memorial Hospital’s Cancer Center and the Florida State Dedman School of Hospitality.”
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