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Dinner by Dames Four

PROVIDENCE, RI  On Friday,November 13th at 6 p.m. at Horseshoe Farm in Westerly, Dinner by Dames returns for the fourth installment of the wildlysuccessful dinner series produced by EatDrink RI. Dinner by Dames brings together some of Rhode Island’s mosttalented chefs for a multi-course dining event. Chefs Melissa Denmark of Gracie’sand Ellie’s BakeryJordan Goldsmith ofScratch FarmMaria Meza of El RanchoGrandeKaitlyn Roberts & Danielle Varga of Easy Entertaining Inc., Jessica Wood of Fire and Water Restaurant Group, and special guest Sonya Coté of Eden East, The Homegrown Revival and Hillside Farmacy (Austin, TX) gather together to prepare RhodeIsland harvest dishes.

Creating the cocktail pairings foreach course will be a team of Rhode Island’s best bartenders led by Jennifer Davis of The Eddy and including KayleighSpeck of The GrangeElizabeth Sawtelle of Nicks on BroadwayCaitlin Murphy of TheDorrance, and Katie Masterson ofThe Boombox at The Dean Hotel.

Proceeds from this exclusive experiencewill benefit Home & Hospice Care ofRhode Island, the second oldest hospice in the nation and the largest andmost experienced hospice agency in the state. “We have always been amazed bythe comfort and sense of compassion the locavore community brings to countlessfriends and families of Rhode Island. It is only natural for our partnership toexist, as HHCRI works to bring comfort and compassion to our patients and theirloved ones when time matters most. We feel honored to be a part of Dinner by DamesFour,” said Charles P. Iacono, Vice President of Philanthropy & CommunityRelations at HHCRI.

David Ellison, the founder of The Lorimer Workshop, is donating theuse of his unique handcrafted wooden tables, and is offering a one-of-a-kindauction package at the dinner. Ellen PJ Kelly and Danielle McCarthy of Newportbased Champagne & Ink arecreating special accents for the event including custom designed dinner anddrink menus. This installment of Dinner by Dames is being heldat Horseshoe Farm, a private estate surrounded by miles of fences alongthe coastal countryside in Westerly.

The event begins at 6 p.m. with horsd’oeuvres and aperitifs, followed by a seated six-course dinner and specialtreats, paired with cocktails. The cost of the dinner is $135 per guest,all-inclusive. Tickets are available at

Caption for attached photo: “fromleft: Jessica Wood, Kaitlyn Roberts, Danielle Varga, Jennifer Davis, KayleighSpeck, Maria Meza, Melissa Denmark, Jordan Goldsmith; not pictured: Sonya Coté,Elizabeth Sawtelle, Caitlin Murphy and Katie Masterson” Credit for photo:“David Dadekian/

More photos, including print qualityimages, are available upon request.

AboutEat Drink RI

Created in 2010 by David Dadekian,Eat Drink RI is one of the top media outlets in the region for all thingsculinary. The news resource covers local food events, chefs & restaurants,the beverage industry, and locally produced artisanal products. Eat Drink RIproduces and promotes several all-local culinary events, including an annual4-day Festival in Providence celebrating the best of the culinary world inRhode Island. Dadekian is a 2014 RI Foundation Innovation Fellow and iscurrently working to create a central culinary market and food hub for allRhode Islanders.



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