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Updated: SweetWater Brewing Co. to host cancer fundraiser
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February 21, 2013 09:54 AM | 2728 views | 0 0 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend | print
(UPDATED AT 9:50 A.M. THURSDAY WITH NEW TICKET PRICE AND PERCENTAGE OF DONATIONS INFO)

In a news release, Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q in DeKalb County announced it will host Charlotte’s Web ... Cancer Touches Us All Tuesday at SweetWater Brewing Co. in south Buckhead.

Set for 6 to 10 p.m., the event will honor Fox Bros. chef Charlotte Nelson, who died of breast cancer Feb. 9 at 37 after being diagnosed in November. It will raise funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and 91 cents of every dollar the foundation spends is directed toward breast cancer research and other awareness programs.

Charlotte’s Web will include samples from 16 of the South’s top chefs, passed hors d’oeuvres, live music from Moontower and a silent auction featuring items from donors and friends of Nelson’s all over the city.

Chefs from the following restaurants will provide food at the event: Dave Roberts, Community Q BBQ; David Gross, Cook Hall; Eddie Hernandez, Taqueria del Sol; Irvin Howard, Kevin Rathbun Steak; Ford Fry, JCT/No. 246/ The Optimist; Guy Wong, Miso Izakaya; Jerry Slater, H. Harper Station; Justin Keith, Food 101; Kevin Outzs, Spotted Trotter; Kevin Rathbun, Rathbun’s; Nhan Le, Octopus Bar/SoBa; Ria Pell, Ria’s Bluebird; Ron Eyester, Rosebud/The Family Dog; Ryan Smith, Empire State South; Terry Koval, Wrecking Bar; Tiffany Barriere, One Flew South; Todd Richards, The Shed at Glenwood; and Zeb Stevenson, Livingston Restaurant + Bar/Proof & Provision. Local 3 and Muss & Turner’s also will provide food.

Tickets are $50 per guest and can be purchased at Brown Paper Tickets or online.

Information and tickets: visit www.supportcharlottesweb.com.
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