Goose Sorensen, chef-owner of Solera Restaurant, and five other top chefs from the Denver area are teaming up at Solera for an event supporting Project Healing Waters starting at 6 p.m. today. Chefs for Vets will feature culinary collaborations from Sorensen, Jamey Fader of Lola and Jax Fish House, Alex Seidel of Fruition and Mercantile Dining and Provisions, Andrea Frizzi of Il Posto, Matt Selby of Central Bistro & Bar, and Paul C. Reilly of Beast + Bottle. The chefs will create unique tapas, and there will be award-winning wines to pair with the bites.
Guest will also have a chance to win raffle prizes, mingle with the chefs and meet Captain Ed Nicholson, founder of Project Healing Waters. Tickets are $100, with 100 percent of the proceeds going to Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans. For more on PHW, click here. To purchase tickets, call Solera at 303-388-3429;
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