Save the date for April 15, 2015 to eat, drink and help end childhood hunger at Manchester's Taste of the Nation® for No Kid Hungry!
Guests will enjoy cuisine from more than 50 of New Hampshire's top chefs paired with wines from 30 vineyards courtesy of 5 local wine distributors. VIP guests will be treated to a private lounge with premium pours provided by Pine State Trading Co. and the sweet tunes of Alli Beaudry. Taste of the Nation is New Hampshire's premier culinary event features guest mixologists, beer, specialty cocktails, fabulous entertainment by Lakes Region Big Band, raffle for a gorgeous piece of jewelry from Jonathan's Jewelers, and extensive silent auction.
Click here to see fantastic photos from Manchetster's Taste of the Nation in 2014!
- Ali Baba Whole Foods
- Baked Downtown Cafe and Bakery
- The Bedford Village Inn
- Black Water Grill
- Blu Aqua
- The Common Man of Family Restaurants
- The Copper Door
- Courville Communities
- Edible Arrangements
- Firefly Bistro and Bar
- The Granite Restaurant, Centennial Inn
- Gauchos Brazillian Steakhouse
- Hanover Street Chop House
- Hill's Home Market
- The Homestead
- Hooked Seafood
- Ignite Bar and Grille
- Jade Dragon
- Martingale Wharf
- Manchester Country Club
- Mint Bistro
- Molly's Tavern and Restaurant
- Moonbeam Cafe
- N'Awlins Grille
- O Steaks and Seafood
- Pasquales Ristorante
- Piccola Italia
Local Platinum Sponsors
Local Gold Sponsors
Local Silver Sponsors
Local Bronze Sponsors
Dr. Thomas Borbotsina, DDS
Granite State Fruit Company
Thank you for your interest in volunteering at this year's Taste of the Nation Manchester.
Everyone has a strength to share. We believe that big problems can be solved when we all share our strengths. There are many volunteer opportunities throughout the day of the event. Each volunteer will have scheduled time to enjoy the event.
Please contact our Volunteer Chair, Sarah Jacobs at email@example.com
Nearly 17 million children face hunger in America. Most families that live below the poverty line in America are working families, yet their regular income is not sufficient to cover the cost of housing, medical care, child care, transportation, clothing and food. Employment is simply not enough to safeguard these families against hunger and poverty.
New Hampshire Food Bank: Distributes over 8.5 million pounds of food annually through its network of nearly 400 member agencies throughout the state.
NH Kids Count formerly NH Child Alliance: Promotes policies and practices that enable children in New Hampshire to lead healthy and productive lives.
New Hampshire Farm to School: Connects New Hampshire farms and schools by integrating agricultural programs, school food procurement and school curriculum.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Manchester: Reaches out to youth, especially those who need it most, inspiring them to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring individuals.
In addition to supporting Share Our Strength's work to end childhood hunger in America, a percentage of Taste of the Nation events supports international advocacy and sustainable community development.