David’s Soundview Catering Turns Wine into Water, Fights to End Hunger, and Brings Farm to Table Dining to The Landing at Stamford Harbor

Published September 19th 2015
September 17, 2015, Stamford, CT: David Cingari, and the entire team from David’s Soundview Catering & Events, which includes Executive Chef Francois Kwaku-Dongo,  is looking forward to the month of October – a fall harvest that’s filled with bringing people together over great food and wine.

The 10th Annual Turning Wine Into Water Harvest Tasting

Saturday, October 3, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Donation Levels: $35 Non-vintage, $75 Vintage
The Landing by David’s Soundview Catering, 232 Harbor Drive, Stamford CT
Since 2005 Peter Troilo from Nicholas Roberts Fine Wines in Darien has spearheaded a financial campaign which has funded the building of well frames to pump clean water to over 25,000 people in a remote area of Zambia, and has built water, hygiene and sanitation facilities (WASH) throughout impoverished Ethiopian villages where the poorest of the poor have never had access to clean water. This year Peter and David team up to present an evening of fine wine and food so that we all can contribute Turning Wine Into Water.
Tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/10th-annual-harvest-tasting-tickets-18249803654?aff=es2link

The 10th Annual Chefs’ Dinner to Fight Hunger
Thursday, October 8, 2015, 6:30 PM Cocktails/Hors d’oeuvres, 7:30 PM Wine Dinner
$250 PP
Stamford Yacht Club, 97 Ocean Drive West, Stamford, CT
David has been bringing his fellow food industry friends together for 10 years now, coordinating these delicious and fanciful Chefs’ Dinner events to raise critical funds in the fight to end hunger in Fairfield County. The event benefits the Food Bank of Lower Fairfield County which helps to put food on the tables of the most vulnerable, food insecure members of our community.
“We are so very proud of the work and the funds raised by our food industry, “says David, “It’s truly a team effort starting with the ingredients that are donated and the dishes prepared by these talented chefs.  Raising funds and supporting the food bank allows us to get back to the core of what we do – feed people.”
This year’s event brings together:
Chef P. Quint Smith, Stamford Yacht Club
Chef Francois Kwaku-Dongo, David’s Soundview Catering, Stamford
Chef Bryan Malcarney, Blue Lemon Restaurant, Westport; Rory’s Restaurant, Darien
Chefs Stephen and Lisa Maronian, Sweet Lisa’s Exquisite Cakes, Greenwich
Chef Charlie Lim, Sushi Village Caterers, Stamford
Chef Michael Marchett, Columbus Park Trattoria, Stamford
Chef Chris Dall’au, Have A Ball NYC, Fairfield County
Chef Walter Estrada, Napa & Co, Stamford

Fall Harvest Farm Dinner @ The Landing
A Celebration of Local Food with Mike’s Organic Delivery
Saturday, October 17, 6:30 PM Cocktails/Hors d’oeuvres, 7:30 PM Dinner
$155 PP all inclusive
The Landing by David’s Soundview Catering, 232 Harbor Drive, Stamford CT
David’s Soundview Catering & Events’ Executive Chef Francois Kwaku-Dongo presents a vibrant fall harvest menu featuring locally sourced ingredients from Mike’s Organic Delivery. MOD owner Mike Geller, upon leaving his corporate job to reconnect with nature and reignite his passion for healthy living, created the uber-popular Mike’s Organic Delivery which sources from more than 15 small, local farms, delivering produce, meat, fish, cheese, eggs, honey, pasta, artisan products and more to clients throughout Westchester and Fairfield Counties who crave fresh, organic foods. The event will take place at David’s Soundview Catering & Events’ new event space, The Landing, overlooking a tranquil Stamford Harbor. Creative seasonal cocktails and hors d’oeuvres on the patio will kick-off the evening, followed by a multi-course farm table dinner and spirited conversation with Mike who will provide localvores a sneak peek into the day-to-day of working with these amazing farmers.
Reservations: jessica@davidscatering.com, 203.658.8896