Diner’s Agenda: Do Good, Eat Well

It’s a very charitable Diner’s Agenda tonight with not one, not two, but three benefits.


Twenty of Boston’s finest restaurants are participating in tonight’s Table for Ten event to benefit the Harvard Medical School Center for Neurofibromatosis and Allied Disorders, and Neurofibromatosis, Inc. Here’s how it works: reserve a table for ten at one of the participating restaurants. Enjoy a delicious dinner with nine of your nearest and dearest at 6:30. Afterwards, head over to the Omni Parker House for a reception. Tickets are $100 each and can be reserved by calling (781) 272-9936.
If you’d rather sample the goodies of multiple chefs, be sure to run along to Cooking for a Cause at the State Room at 6:00, an evening of wine, food, and the inevitable Jimmy Tingle to benefit East End House. $150 gets you one ticket and $1,000 gets you ten. Call (617) 876-4444 for details.
If it’s neighborhood-focused eating you’re after, check out the Taste of the Back Bay at 6:30 in the Copley Place Atrium. Sample dishes from dozens of area restaurants and help out the Neighborhood Association of the Back Bay. The event will cost you $95 and you can call (617) 247-3961 for details.

Diner’s Agenda: Do Good, Eat Well