Zest of Toledo

. March 31, 2019.
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For the 2nd Annual Zest of Toledo, 25 local chefs will prepare their best dishes, to be paired with wine, at Hensville Park, followed by an after-party/raffle at Fleetwood’s Tap Room. All proceeds go to support the Aurora Project, Toledo Day Nursery, Toledo GROWS, and Toledo Northwest Ohio Food Bank. Ticket costs are mostly tax deductible, and you’ll enjoy food from Kengo, Benchmark, Mancy’s Ideal, and many more local favorites. Don’t miss out on your chance to purchase tickets for this event, as they must be purchased by April 2nd at latest.

$175-$225 | 5-8pm | Sunday, April 28
Hensville Park/Fleetwood’s Tap Room, 28 N. St. Clair St.
shannanhoelle@gmail.com | zestoledo.org

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