March 25, 2016 – The annual Taste of Finer Things — a “pearing” of fine food and fine wine from 17 local chefs — will take place on Wednesday, April 20 at 6:30 p.m. at Harrison’s Harbor Watch in Ocean City, and reservations are now being accepted. The event benefits the campaign to build Coastal Hospice at the Ocean.
Participating restaurants include Atlantic Hotel, Barn 34, Bonfire, Captain’s Table, Crabs to Go, Desserts by Rita, Embers/BLU, Harrison’s Harbor Watch, Hooked, Ky West, Longboard Café, Wasabi, Seacrets, Sunset Grille, Sweet Disposition, Touch of Italy and Wockenfuss.
Lauren Glick and Mike Armstrong will provide entertainment.
“This wonderful evening is a chance for lovers of fine food and fine wine to sample some of the best the Ocean City area has to offer,” Stephanie Meehan, chairperson for the event, said. “The setting overlooking the Ocean City inlet at sunset couldn’t be more perfect, and it’s for a very good cause.”
The event raises funds for the capital campaign to build Coastal Hospice at the Ocean, a hospice residence and outreach center coming to Worcester County. Over the years, Taste of Finer Things has raised more than $126,000 to fund the campaign to build Coastal Hospice at the Ocean.
Reservations are $95 per person and can be made at CoastalHospice.org. The event is typically a sellout, so early reservations are encouraged.
The Taste of Finer Things committee members are Meehan, Macky Stansell, Pam Buckley, Karen Cramer, Cathy Donovan, Madalaine How, Marcia Howarth, Elaine Jacobs, Donna Leiner and Gayle Widdowson.
Founded in 1980, Coastal Hospice is a nonprofit health care organization that cares for individuals facing life-limiting conditions but who want to remain as active and engaged as possible. Coastal Hospice cares for patients in their home, nursing home, assisted living facility or at Coastal Hospice at the Lake. The organization serves Wicomico, Worcester, Dorchester and Somerset counties.