Florida chefs come together for this weekend’s charity Frogman Feast in St. Pete

The Navy SEAL Foundation benefits at 3 Daughters Brewing.

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Marlo Miller

The finest chefs in Florida are once again coming together at this year’s 5th Annual Frogman Feast which raises funds and awareness for the Navy SEAL Foundation’s Tampa Bay Frogman Swim to support Gold Star families and Naval Special Warfare community.

The event at St. Pete’s 3 Daughters Brewing set for this weekend on Nov. 28 features meals made by 18 chefs from across Tampa Bay, Orlando, and Miami including Haven’s Chad Johnson, Cerveceria La Tropical’s Cindy Hutson, Lingr’s Jeffrey Jew, and Walt Disney World’s Fabrizio Schenardi.

Price of admission is $75 and includes all the food, dessert, beer, two signature cocktails, wine from Santa Margherita Winery and liquor you can devour. Jam out to live music from Bad Dog Charlie throughout the event.

Guests can bid on items like a gift card from Dunedin restaurant The Restorative, a round-trip flight for two to Key West on a private plane, or a private chef dinner in your home during the silent auction/raffle. Proceeds help support US Navy SEALS and their families in times of “illness, injury, death, and transition”. 

You can purchase tickets directly from the event’s Humanitix page

Frogman Feast is Nov. 28 from 2 p.m-5 p.m. at 3 Daughters Brewing at 222 22nd St. S. in St. Petersburg.

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