Eat Your Heart Out Boston

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photo credit | bostonchefs.com

By | Ciara Speller

When food lovers and music junkies join forces, the end result is a group that calls themselves Eat Your Heart Out Boston.

This unique group of foodies, who also enjoy a tune or two, came together forming their alliance in 2008 with the intention of raising funds for Boston area food- and music-related non-profits.

Eat Your Heart Out  Boston, (EYHO for short) stands on a meaningful platform when it comes to small Boston businesses and talent. Their mission states that they have come together to “support local, independent musicians, up-and-coming kitchen talent, and the growing number of small, philanthropic organizations based in Boston,”which can be seen on their website.

On Sunday, Feb. 28, EYHO will be hosting an event at The Sinclair to promote local restaurants and musical talents that are deserving of recognition from the general public.

Sunday’s line up will feature food from The Sinclair, Trina’s Starlite Lounge, Blackbird Doughnuts, Spoke, Townsman and many other local eateries.

Bad Rabbits  will also be the featured artist headlining the 2016 EYHO event, that supports new and upcoming musicians such as this group.

If you are looking for an evening filled with eats and treats from some of Boston’s best unique restaurants, and wish to support the musical styles of local homegrown artists, head over to EatYourHeartOutBoston.com for more information on this event.

 

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