Rehoboth ThanksLIVING Dinner Reopens with Second Seating

 ~ Plant-Based Celebration Adds 6pm Seating; Tickets Available Now~

Date: Sunday, November 23, 2014
Time: 6:00 PM
Address: 122 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE



Large numbers of people seeking a plant-based alternative to the traditional meat-heavy meal have prompted Rehoboth ThanksLIVING Dinner organizers to expand the event!

The popular dinner will take place Sunday November 23rd, at Cilantro Restaurant in downtown Rehoboth.  The first seating will begin as originally planned at 3pm.  A new, second seating has been added and will start at 6pm.
“That first seating sold out within days,” explains Patricia Haddock, VegRehoboth president and co-founder. “We kept getting more inquiries – people remember how great last year’s food was, and a lot more people are curious and want to try a traditional holiday meal that is completely plant-based. These new folks are in for a really nice surprise,” she adds. “Our participating chefs are outdoing themselves!”
The 3-course, sit-down meal with feature seasonal food creatively prepared by chefs Leo Cabrera of Modern Mixture, Hari Cameron of a(MUSE), Jay Caputo of Espuma, Gladys Fernandez of Cilantro, Gretchen Hanson of Hobos, bread master Keith Irwin of Old World Breads, and owner/chef Denise Vansant from Cave Girl at the Beach. Gardein meat-free Holiday Turk’y Roasts will also be provided by VegRehoboth.
In addition to the compassionate celebratory foods, the dinner will feature door prizes and a raffle of the best-selling cookbook Color Me Vegan, by Colleen Patrick-Goudreau.  A full cash bar will also be available.
Organizers extend special thanks to event sponsor Jenn Harpel of Morgan Stanley, and to generous sponsors Cave Girl at the Beach, Cilantro Restaurant, Good Earth Market, Modern Mixture, and Old World Breads.
Tickets cost $20 each (with additional $1 fee for online purchase/gratuity not included), and children under age 12 pay half-price.
Tickets can also be purchased at Good Earth Market- Rehoboth Store, located at 38131 Terrace Rd, Rehoboth Beach (off Highway One).
Bring a friend, and join us for this special compassionate celebratory meal!

Instead of a buffet, Rehoboth Thanks-Living Dinner 2014 will be a seated 3-course meal, with full service (gratuity not included). There will also be a cash bar available.

Pictured above are Cave Girl’s “Vegan Stuffed Grapeleaves,” which will be served with a warm  cranberry pomegranate dipping sauce as an appetizer at ThanksLIVING Dinner. 

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SAVE THE DATE! Holiday Happy Hour – December 4

Join us in the beautiful, sparkly setting of The Cultured Pearl in downtown Rehoboth for holiday cheer! The Pearl has fabulous drinks and food at Happy Hour prices until 6pm. After that, those who want to stay and dine can stay for dinner and order some of the tempting dishes The Pearl makes!
At Happy Hour, we love their custom vodka drinks at only $4 each…ranging from Pomegranite Queens to Green Cucumber! Great veg appetizers, wonderful dinners, and lively conversation will round out the evening. Join us and bring a friend to share in the holiday cheer!

The Cultured Pearl Restaurant & Sushi Bar 301 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE

Please be sure to RSVP on our Meet Up site so we can let them know how many are coming!

Thanks-Living Dinner November 23 at 3 pm is SOLD OUT!

TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE FOR 6 pm – 2nd Seating Added!

Date: Sunday, November 23, 2014
Time: 3:00 PM
Address: 122 Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, DE
Ticket Price:  $21.00 (gratuity not included)

The dinner will feature inspired dishes created by some of the area’s most talented chefs.

In addition to Executive Chef Gladys Fernandez from Cilantro, who is graciously providing the colorful setting and space for the dinner, top chefs Leo Cabrera from Modern Mixture, Hari Cameron from a(MUSE), Jay Caputo from Espuma, Gretchen Hanson from Hobos, and bread master Keith Irwin from Old World Breads are also participating.

“We’re thrilled to be able to offer people a peaceful setting and exquisite food to celebrate a new kind of Thanksgiving,” says Patricia Haddock, cofounder and president of VegRehoboth. “Our Thanks-Living Dinner showcases the best of the traditional seasonal flavors – in a way that ‘wows’ people – and at the same time shows gratitude and reverence for all living beings.”

Instead of a buffet, Rehoboth Thanks-Living Dinner 2014 will be a seated 3-course meal, with full service.  (gratuity not included). There will also be a cash bar available.


For more information, contact