The Glass Slipper Ball

On Feb. 7, the Glass Slipper Ball was held at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center. The Zonta Club of Southfield hosted more than 15 metro Detroit chefs and restaurants, giving guests the opportunity to sample a variety of foods. The evening, which benefited benefited the Wayne County Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner's Program, also included dancing and entertainment. Photographs by Beth Hoxie


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Savor Detroit, Spring 2016: April 27

From April 25-29, Hour Detroit held its biannual event Savor Detroit. For the first time, local top chefs were paired with guest culinary stars from around the country for the ultimate collaboration at Savor Detroit. Guests enjoyed light appetizers and cocktails as well as a multi-course seated dinner. A portion of the proceeds benefited Gleaners Community Food Bank, which serves more than 500 partner agencies around southeast Michigan by providing millions of pounds of food to feed hungry neighbors. Wednesday's culinary collaboration featured Chef Andy Hollyday from Selden Standard in Detroit, and Chef George Pagonis from Kapnos and Kapnos Taverna in Washington D.C.

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From April 25-29, Hour Detroit held its biannual event Savor Detroit. For the first time, local top chefs were paired with guest culinary stars from around the country for the ultimate collaboration at Savor Detroit. Guests enjoyed light appetizers and cocktails as well as a multi-course seated dinner. A portion of the proceeds benefited Gleaners Community Food Bank, which serves more than 500 partner agencies around southeast Michigan by providing millions of pounds of food to feed hungry neighbors. Tuesday's culinary collaboration featured Chef Doug Hewitt from Chartreuse Kitchen and Cocktails in Detroit, and Chef Paul Virant from Perennial Virant in Chicago.

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Savor Detroit, Spring 2016: April 25

From April 25-29, Hour Detroit held its biannual event Savor Detroit. For the first time, local top chefs were paired with guest culinary stars from around the country for the ultimate collaboration at Savor Detroit. Guests enjoyed light appetizers and cocktails as well as a multi-course seated dinner. A portion of the proceeds benefited Gleaners Community Food Bank, which serves more than 500 partner agencies around southeast Michigan by providing millions of pounds of food to feed hungry neighbors. Monday's culinary collaboration featured Chef Luciano Del Signore from Bacco in Southfield, and Chef Thomas Lents from Sixteen Restaurant in Chicago.
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