On Tuesday night, Eat to the Beat celebrated 19 years of raising money for Willow Breast & Hereditary Cancer Support — a fantastic not-for-profit that offers free support for people suffering from breast cancer. Held at Roy Thompson Hall, the event was packed with supporters, sponsors, cancer survivors, and their friends and family. Sixty female chefs donated their time and samples of their delicious delicacies… which guests devoured, naturally. From tacos to lobster to sweet treats, the offerings were sumptuous. Wineries and craft beers from all over sampled their products while live jazz played throughout the large circular space, adding to the event’s fun and convivial atmosphere. Best part of the evening? The beautiful handmade, food-inspired corsets modelled and created by the cancer survivors themselves.
Check out the vibe of the 19th Annual Eat to the Beat. We can’t wait for the 20th year!
Images by Ashley Llloyd, Ashworth Associates Public Relations
If you attended Eat to the Beat, who was your favourite chef? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @ViewTheVibe.