Top Hamptons Chefs Serve Up Soups to Benefit East Hampton After-School Program

A line-up of 28 of the top chefs in the Hamptons will stir up some mouthwatering soups for a good cause.

Photo Credit: Tim Bryden
Photo Credit: Tim Bryden
Some of tops chefs in the Hamptons will come together with sumptuous soups in a show of support for kids in the East Hampton community.

The "5th Annual Empty Bowls: A Souper Event" will be held on Sunday, March 9, from noon until 3 p.m. at the American Legion Post 419, located at 15 Montauk Highway in East Hampton. 

Guests should bring an empty soup bowl and an appetite to sample some gourmet soups made by 28 of the most well-regarded chefs in the Hamptons for a heartwarming cause. Tickets cost $12 for adults, ages 13 and over, and $5 for children, with kids under five eating free. 

Proceeds will benefit Project MOST, an after-school program in East Hampton, and the Springs Seedlings, a garden classroom sponsored by Project MOST.

Hot soups and fresh bread can be enjoyed at the event or taken to go.

Here's the all-star line-up of chefs lending time and talent:

Art Of Eating: Cheryl Stair

Bridgehampton School:  Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz

Debbie Geppert Events @ Dreesen's Catering

Foody's: Bryan Futerman

Harbor Grill: Damien O'Donnell

Hayground School: Arjun Achuthan

Amagansett Fire Department: Kieran Brew

Springs General Store: Kristy Hood

Mill House Inn: Bruce Mac Vicar

Nick & Toni's:  Joe Reamulto

Old Stone Market: Vicky Sdrougias 

One Stop: Bill Hall, Lauren Harrington 

Pepperonis: Nabil Bahi, Kelly McMahon

Seafood Shop: Paul LaBue

Springs Pizza: Spiro Dimopoulas

Stuart's Seafood: Charlotte Sasso

Valentine Culinary Consultants: Bill Valentine

Simply Sublime: Juliette & Alison

Indian Wells: Chris Egert

Silver Spoon Specialties: Jeanine Burge

Estia: Collin Ambrose

Fresno: Gretchen Menser

ENE: Steve & Karen McFarland

Pete Ambrose Events

Hampton Seafood Market: Peter Ambrose

Hampton Foody: Laurie Trujillo-Mamay



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