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    Drink and dine to help hungry kids at Taste of The Nation later this month.

    Taste of the Nation is a culinary benefit that will have people opening up their wallets and expanding their waistlines to end childhood hunger. Twenty local top chefs and mixologists have donated their time to the event, which seats a couple hundred guests. Tables of ten will range from $5,000 to $10,000 for a minimum four-course dinner and Dutch Treat table tickets are available for $500 each. The area charities benefiting from this year’s event include the North Texas Food Bank, Wilkinson Center and Center for Public Policy Priorities. Taste of the Nation has raised more than $70 million dollars since its inception in the late ‘80s. All proceeds will go toward helping end childhood hunger.

    Here’s a list of the restaurants and chefs who have confirmed to participate thus far.
    Abacus
    Bijoux; Chef Scott Gottlich
    Charlie Palmer; Chef Scott Romano
    Craft; Chef Anthony Zappola
    Fearing’s; Chef Dean Fearing
    The French Room; Chef Marcus Strietzel
    The Landmark Restaurant; Chef Jeff Moschetti
    Sangria y Tapas Bar; Alberto Lombardi
    Nobu; Chef Matt Raso
    Nonna; Chef Julian Barsotti
    Salum; Chef Abraham Salum
    Shinsei; Chef T. J. Lengnick, Lynae Fearing and Tracy Rathbun
    Stephan Pyles; Chef Stephan Pyles
    York Street; Chef Sharon Hage
    Cibus; Alberto Lombardi
    Local; Tracy Miller, RJ Cooper/Vidalia
    Chef John Tesar
    Tei-An; Teiichi Sakuri and chef’s asstistant Ayako Thomspon

    Deets:
    When: Sunday; May 17, 2009
    Where: Fashion Industry Gallery
    1807 Ross Avenue