Baywater Animal Rescue’s ‘Stayin’ Alive’ dinner is April 7
CAMBRIDGE — The third annual “Stayin’ Alive Elegant Dinner and Wine Pairing” fundraiser for Baywater Animal Rescue will be held Saturday, April 7, at Scossa Restaurant in Easton.
Executive Chef Giancarlo Tondin and Massimo Bebber, executive chef at New York City’s Cipriani’s, will pair up to bring Italian nouvelle cuisine to Scossa.
There will be four courses, French wine and a signature cocktail. The evening will begin at 6 p.m. with a Baywater signature cocktail and hors d’oeuvres. Browse the silent auction and bid on your favorite items. The four course wine pairing dinner, blending Italian nouvelle cuisine with wines from the French countryside will begin at 7 p.m. A live auction will add to the fun.
Bebber comes from a food-loving Italian family in northern Italy. He began his apprenticeship as a teenager working in several restaurants in Italy and then came to New York to cook for Cipriani. Bebber became the first Italian executive chef at the renowned french restaurant, Le Cirque, in New York City. Now back as executive chef at Cipiriani’s, Bebber blends his love of Italian food with the elegance of French nouvelle cuisine.
“Both Chef Tondin and Chef Bebber share their lives with their dogs and are animal lovers. We’re honored that they have teamed up to bring this fabulous meal to the Eastern Shore to help raise funds for the animals,” said Tom Divilio, president of Baywater Animal Rescue.
Baywater Animal Rescue is the leading no-kill animal shelter on the Eastern Shore. This shelter is celebrating more than 70 years serving Dorchester County. Every one of the animals requires medical care while waiting for their forever family to bring them home. Some even need surgery. Additionally, the buildings that house the more than 70 cats the shelter cares for needs upkeep. Baywater is dependent upon donations and events like this to support the work it does.
Space for the event is limited. Buy your tickets online today at www.baywaterani malrescue.org. Sponsorship opportunities still are available, as well. For more information, call 410-9245743.