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Pair doing good with a good time.
It’s not really surprising that Passions is one of the city’s most popular food and wine events—because building good karma tends to make everything taste a little better, right? And there’s a pretty great cause at the root of this night of revelry: the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation and the Dr. Peter Centre.VanMag‘s 2017 Bartender of the Year, Sabrine Dhaliwal, will be mixing up drinks, and the list of participating restaurants is a who’s who of the city’s best: everyone from Araxi to Market by Jeans-Georges to Tojo’s and Boulevard. In between bites, put your bids in with auctioneer Fred Lee for some pretty spectacular prizes.PassionsSeptember 26, 2018 at Performance WorksVIP reception at 5:30 p.m. ($300 per person, $2,700 for 10 people)General admission at 6:30 p.m. ($225 per person, $1,750 for 10 people)Get your tickets here .