Photo Gallery: Food For All 2015

It’s always an honor to attend Community Plates‘ Food For All.

Annually, FFA hosts its volunteers/supporters, with the help of local restaurants that are behind the organization’s movement to help end food insecurity in Fairfield County. The event not only raises funds for Community Plates’ efforts but it also raises awareness about food insecurity.

If you haven’t been to FFA, you should get in on it next year. If you’re interested in Community Plates, donations or volunteering, please visit

A special thanks to the restaurants that delivered on some great bites of food and many delicious sips of drinks ๐Ÿ˜›

Enjoy the photos! But for a handful more, visit us on Facebook ๐Ÿ˜‰

Kelly Clement and her awesome cookies

Matt Storch (Match Restaurant) and his wife, Chung

Game time.

New this year was a food photography auction with pieces from local photographers. 100% of the proceeds benefited Community Plates.

Adam Roytman of Walrus + Carpenter mixing up some bourbon cocktails

Cubano from Jax & Co.


Nothing better in the world than desserts and cute girls.

Ria Rueda and Chef David Raymer (Strada 18)

When you know your cocktails are the bomb!

Chef Petroni (Fortina) always brings the personality.

Craft Butchery. Ribs. Oh. God.

Andrey Cortes from The Spread working real hard at the event.

Chef Bruno DiFabio of Amore.

Chef Bruno’s meatball w/ hot oil and a stinger pepper served with focaccia

Bartaco in the house with some margarita action

Flavored milk station!

Three of our favorite folks: Stephanie Webster (CTbites), Matt Storch (Match), Joseph Farrell (Walrus + Carpenter)

6 Comments Add yours

  1. This was such a fun event for such a good cause! Always good seeing you Andrew!


  2. Denise says:

    Great pix! You got me hungry!


  3. I love FFA! I never miss it. Great seeing you too, Bonnie!


  4. That's what I do, make folks hungry, hangry even ๐Ÿ˜›


  5. Cecilia says:

    Everything looked so good! Too bad we didn't make it this year. Thanks for sharing!


  6. This year was tough on some of us bloggers with this event being on the same day as Taste of Westport. Hopefully that won't happen again!


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