Restaurants and wineries announced for Cioppino & Vino
Cioppino & Vino is Paso Robles Children’s Museum’s major fundraiser
The Paso Robles Children’s Museum announced this week the final the list of participating restaurants and wineries for the 5th Annual Cioppino & Vino cook-off held in the Grand Ballroom at the Paso Robles Inn.
Cioppino & Vino will be held Sunday, Nov. 2 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and will feature cioppino tasting from nine local chefs, wine tasting from 15 wineries, cheese and wine pairing, live and silent auctions, a wine raffle, live music and more. Plus, the husband and wife team of Andre and Christina Averseng will go head to head this year in the competition.
“Come and taste for yourself and decide who makes the best cioppino,” says Jennifer Smith, museum director.
Restaurants and chefs who will be prepare Cioppino include:
- Buona Tavola
- Pier 46 Seafood Co.
- Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse
- Paso Terra Seafood
- N2 Events
- Gardens of Avila Restaurant
- Dining with Andre
- Catering by Chef Charlie
- Chef Stephen Malloy
Wineries pouring wines include:
- Castoro Cellars
- The Missing Leg
- Vines on the Marycrest Vineyard and Winery
- Wild Horse Winery
- Ranchita Canyon Vineyard
- Brochelle Vineyards
- Robert Hall Winery
- Tackitt Family Vineyards
- J&J Cellars
- Graveyard Vineyards
- Sextant Wines
- Eberle Winery
- Clautiere Vineyards
- Broken Earth Winery
- LeVigne Winery will offer cheese tasting and wine pairing.
“We thank all of the wonderful restaurants and wineries who generously donate all of their delicious cioppino and fantastic wines to the Children’s Museum’s annual fundraiser,” Smith says. “You help to make Cioppino & Vino a fun interactive event that is highly anticipated in our community and will surely sell out this year!”
Tickets are $55 per person for general admission. You can purchase tickets online at cioppinoandvino.com or you can call the museum at (805) 238-7432.
Cioppino and Vino is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the Paso Robles Children’s Museum. The proceeds help support The museum’s programs and daily operations expenses with over 90% of the total revenue going directly back to the Museum. The museum is a special place for children and their families to spend time and play together in a safe and educational environment.