Killjoy Barbers mixologist Julia Diakow and executive director of the B.C. Hospitality Foundation Alan Sachs.
Hart House restaurant GM Edwyn Kumar, executive chef Alana Peckham and server Sabrina Velenosi.
Mark Anthony Brands event specialist Linsey Collins and Kristen Hays of Terra Andina winery.
Wines of Chile North American manager Flavio Llanos, with planning and research manager Claudia Soler.
Brewery & the Beast Festival of Meat organizer Scott Gurney and Heth PR publicist Kristine Wilkinson.
(From left) BCHF chair Bing Smith joins past beneficiaries, including recently retired Pan Pacific bartender of 24 years Frank Clements, Driftwood Brewery head brewer Tim Fukushima, Joe Fortes server Cole Carter and Charles Zuckerman of Zook-IT Media.
Bon Vivant Group's Nessa van Bergen and her husband, director of operations at Pier 7 restaurant and bar, Dino Renaerts.
Sommelier-in-training Martino Orlando joins JAK Group liquor store owners Mike and Monica McKee.
Forage restaurant's banquet catering chef Roderick Begg, executive chef Chris Whittaker and pastry chef Welbert Choi.
BCHF adviser Jay Jones and Charton Hobbs marketing manager Roberto Garcia.
B.C. Hospitality Foundation's Dish 'n Dazzle, featuring Wines of Chile
Pan Pacific Hotel
May 30, 2013
More than 400 people attended the annual Dish 'n Dazzle gala, featuring Wines of Chile in partnership with the B.C. Hospitality Foundation. Twelve participating restaurants, over 19 wineries and seven mixologists made for a spectacular night of food, wine and cocktails that raised over $40,000 for the BCHF. A cocktail competition, silent auction and raffle rounded out the evening.
It was a perfect opportunity to discover and experience the broad range of high-quality wines from Chile, while supporting the livelihoods of those who depend on the B.C. hospitality industry. Dish 'n Dazzle is now in its fourth year and has become one of the most anticipated annual food and wine events in Vancouver. The event is one of the signature fundraisers for the foundation, whose mandate is to provide financial support for individuals within the hospitality industry who are struggling with a financial crisis arising from a health or medical condition.