Taste of Burlington a sweet success supporting Providence House

July 29, 2019 at 12:37 p.m.
Taste of Burlington a sweet success supporting Providence House
Taste of Burlington a sweet success supporting Providence House


“I continue to be in awe of the support we receive from our community partners and the positive energy our guests bring to our vision for peace,” said Mary Pettrow, associate director, Providence House Domestic Violence Services of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, as she greeted the sell-out crowd attending the 23rd Annual Taste of Burlington County held in The Merion, Cinnaminson, Oct. 11.

More than 400 guests enjoyed sampling the gourmet offerings of more than 25 local restaurants at the event which, this year, exceeded fund raising goals with more than $60,000 to support the counseling, advocacy, sheltering and specialized childrens’ services that Providence House provides at no cost to those in need.

This year’s participating restaurants included Holiday Ice Cream and Café, Beverly; Chickie’s & Pete’s, Bordentown; Due Amici, Georgetti’s Market and Catering, and Whistler’s Inn, all of Cinnaminson; Dooney’s Irish Pub and Throwbacks Bar and Grill, both of Delran; b.good, Marlton; Don Pablo’s and Buffalo Wild Wings, both of Moorestown; Bob Evans Restaurant and Victoria’s Bagel Bistro, both of Mount Laurel; Cathy’s Catering, Palmyra; The Best of the Wurst, Riverside; The Breakfast Nook, Riverton, and Recovery Sports Grill, Westampton, among others.

 

 

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“I continue to be in awe of the support we receive from our community partners and the positive energy our guests bring to our vision for peace,” said Mary Pettrow, associate director, Providence House Domestic Violence Services of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton, as she greeted the sell-out crowd attending the 23rd Annual Taste of Burlington County held in The Merion, Cinnaminson, Oct. 11.

More than 400 guests enjoyed sampling the gourmet offerings of more than 25 local restaurants at the event which, this year, exceeded fund raising goals with more than $60,000 to support the counseling, advocacy, sheltering and specialized childrens’ services that Providence House provides at no cost to those in need.

This year’s participating restaurants included Holiday Ice Cream and Café, Beverly; Chickie’s & Pete’s, Bordentown; Due Amici, Georgetti’s Market and Catering, and Whistler’s Inn, all of Cinnaminson; Dooney’s Irish Pub and Throwbacks Bar and Grill, both of Delran; b.good, Marlton; Don Pablo’s and Buffalo Wild Wings, both of Moorestown; Bob Evans Restaurant and Victoria’s Bagel Bistro, both of Mount Laurel; Cathy’s Catering, Palmyra; The Best of the Wurst, Riverside; The Breakfast Nook, Riverton, and Recovery Sports Grill, Westampton, among others.

 

 

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