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Boston’s Taste Of The South End To Benefit AIDS Action Committee

On Tuesday, March 5, more than 40 restaurants will come together in Boston’s Cyclorama Center for the Arts for Taste of the South End, an event that benefits AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts.

Taste of the South End

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For just $100, you can experience unlimited food and wine sampling from Boston’s best kitchens. For slightly more, you can experience Taste of the South End as a VIP, gaining early entry to the tasting room and enjoying special VIP benefits.

As the largest AIDS organization in New England, AIDS Action Committee is leading the fight to end the epidemic right here at home.

WHEN: Tuesday, March 5, 2013

WHERE: Boston’s Cyclorama Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street, Boston

TICKETS: Regular admission is $100, VIP tickets are $150 and grant early access to the event, a chef’s reception, and exclusive access to the VIP lounge during the event. Please click here to purchase tickets. 

(Photo Credit: Marilyn Humphries, Humphries Photography)

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