Soup for You! Soup for the Soul Features 20 Chefs, 20 Soups for Great Cause

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On March 26, more than 20 of Cleveland’s top chefs will gather and prepare their favorite soups to benefit Malachi Center, a community and family resource center founded in 1985. This year’s Soup for the Soul event will be held at Renaissance Cleveland, 24 Public Square from 6 p.m. to 10p.m.

Host Chef, Nolan Konkoski of SOHO Kitchen & Bar has lined up a great group of chefs for this year’s event. On the billing so far are Momocho, Spice, Flying Fig, Ninja City, BAC, Fat Cats, Cha, Nano Brew, Black Pig, Fahrenheit, Zach Bruell Restaurants, Bar Cento, Great Lakes Brewery, Tartine, Clark Pope Catering, Old Angle Tavern, Melt Bar & Grilled, and Cork & Cleaver.

Attendees will have the opportunity to sample as many soups as they’d like as well as vote for their favorite bowls. Local celebrity servers, auctions, raffles, appetizers and desserts will help make Soup for the Soul a well-rounded event.

All funds that are raised at Soup for the Soul will support Malachi Center’s programming for children and families. 

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