Taste Dozens of Restaurants From Newport and Beyond All in One Spot
The Taste of Newport is Child and Family’s annual foodie fundraiser.
Indulge in dishes from dozens of Rhode Island restaurants all in one spot, while giving back to an organization that supports children in need. The Taste of Newport is Child and Family’s annual foodie fundraiser, and it involves some of the area’s best restaurants, caterers, confectioneries, beverage vendors and more serving up tasting-sized dishes and drinks on October 28 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Atlantic Resort in Middletown.
The thirty-fifth annual event will benefit Child and Family’s community programs, with support from Citizens Bank. Where else can you dine on creations by Castle Hill Inn, BRIX Restaurant at Newport Vineyards, Diego’s, Fluke Wine Bar and Kitchen, 22 Bowen’s, Lucia Italian Restaurant, Mill’s Tavern, Midtown Oyster Bar, Stoneacre Brasserie, La Forge, Scarpetta at Gurney’s, Sardella’s, One Bellevue at Hotel Viking, the White Horse Tavern and many more. Plus, there’s dessert from places like the French Confection, the Cookie Jar, Pranzi Catering and more, and drinks from Ragged Island Brewing and M.S. Walker.
There will also be silent and live auctions with an array of coveted items and experiences, as well as a raffle. Tickets are $125 and include savories, sweets and sips from the area’s finest restaurants, caterers, confectioners and beverage vendors. Make-a-Difference tickets are $250 and include all of the above plus reserved table seating. Proceeds will support Child and Family.
Child and Family is the largest and most comprehensive social service provider in Newport County, and one of the largest in the State of Rhode Island. It is a center for community involvement – a place where people come together to give help, to receive help and to support the work of others. With state-of-the-art Community Centers in both Middletown and Providence, Child & Family provides important services and programs to thousands of children, teens, families and elders throughout Rhode Island each year.