Hamptons Happening Feast Tomorrow Night, Lots of Local Food

The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation’s 9th Annual Hamptons Happening Feast honors Chef Todd English at the Bridgehampton home of Maria and Kenneth Fishel on Saturday July 27, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

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The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation’s 9th Annual Hamptons Happening Feast honors Chef Todd English at the Bridgehampton home of Maria and Kenneth Fishel on Saturday July 27, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.

Chef Todd English, who lost his sister to cancer, and six of his restaurants, including Ca Va, Curly Cakes, Olives, TE, Todd English Food Hall and Tuscany at Mohegan Sun, and their respective chefs are participating to raise money for cancer research.

The SWCRF is an international organization that is dedicated to finding a cure for cancer as well as preventing the disease. To date they have raised over $80 million to support the work of more than 200 researchers around the world.

Local Chef Peter Ambrose will be joining English, along with Bareburger, Arlotta Food Studio, SilverSpoon Specialties, Loeb Boathouse, Socarrat, Red Horse Market, Chef Gregg Grossman from the Food Network’s “CHOPPED”, Chef Todd Jacobs’ Fresh Hamptons, The Seafood Shop, Sen Sushi Restaurant,  Chef Veli Myllirnen and Komegashi and special guests. Libations come courtesy of Palm Bay, Oak Beverages and Hard Mixers.

Adding sweet to the savory are Joe & Liza’s all natural ice cream, Fabipops, Smush, Erica’s Rugelach & Baking Co., Sprinkles Cupcakes, Wafles & Dinges, La Churreria, Bee’s Knees Cake Cups, Kyotofu, and the Hampton Coffee Company’s Mercedes movable coffee bar.

Chris Wragge, WCBS Channel 2 news anchor will MC and DJ Theory from 4 A.M. DJs will keep the dance floor full.

Tickets are $300 or $150 for the under 30 crowd. Contact Linda B. Shapiro at 631-725-2023 or [email protected].

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Kelly Ann Smith lives in East Hampton between Gardiner's Bay and Accabonac Harbor. She's been writing about the East End since 1995. Her weekly column, "A View from Bonac," can be found in the East Hampton Press.