Flavors Of Fall annual event, Flavors of Fall, is a culinary benefit supporting Cambridge’s service organization CLSACC: Community Legal Services and Counseling Center. During this event a social strategic merger takes place between CLSACC and Boston Chefs Inc. to create a pleasant atmosphere to collect donations for the better being of Cambridge society.

The many participants of this event include a handful of gourmet restaurants in Cambridge, Cambridge chefs, and the many guests who attended the event. The guests purchased a $50 ticket to enjoy gourmet hors d’oeuvres and desserts and the funky jazz of The Rollo Tomasi Quartet where the full proceeds were destined for a good cause.

The event was also a great window for the restaurants to display their dinning experiences and provide a tasting of the great food which can be found in Cambridge. All these restaurants offer both great dinning experiences as well as involvement in the social causes of the area:

Casablanca: Offered a delicious entr‚e which consisted of duck pate and orange-cranberry chutney.
40 Brattle St.  617 876-0999

Gargoyles: The social and very friendly chef invited guests to try the pork belly with sweet potato & truffle appetizer.
219 Elm St.  617 776-5300

The Blue Room: One of my favorite hors d’oeuvres of the night offered a pork rillette with sage, apricots and spiced prunes on Brioche bread.
One Kendall Sq.  617 494-9034

Harvest: This excellent restaurant offered a steak appetizer with baby shitake mushrooms and Swiss chard.
44 Brattle St.  617 868-2255

OM: Indulged the deserts by offering a chocolate & berries combination. This involved a very smooth chocolate cake followed by raspberry liquor.
92 Winthrop St.  617 576-2800

Chez Henri: The most demanded of the restaurants had people lined-up to try the Peruvian braised duck with cilantro rice & fruit salsa.
1 Shepard St.  617 354-8980

Dante: Warmed the crowed by offering squash soup w/Pancetta maple syrup.
40 Edwin H. Land Boulevard  617 497-4200

Upstairs on the Square: Had a light sweet/salty treat, prosciutto figs and a rum raisin cookie desert.
91 Winthrop St.  617 864-1933

Sandrine’s: This restaurant offered sample size blueberry crŠme Brule which had a delicious texture which melted immediately in your mouth. I even went for seconds on this great desert.
8 Holyoke St.  617 497-5300

For more information on all these restaurants visit The webpage offers chef info, menus and location information on all these restaurants and more.

December 4, 2006
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