This amazing benefit would not have been possible without the generous support and kindness of many, many wonderful individuals. On behalf of the staff, the board of directors and the clients served by Project Transitions, we want to extend our most warm gratitude to you all. THANK YOU!
Paula Angerstein and Paul Grosso
Eddie Bernal & 34th Street Catering
Jay Billig, Scott Meyer, Douglas Plummer & Paul Schliesing
Eric Cooper, Timothy Packard & Kirby Watson
Tres Davis, Paul Rogers, David Harap & Phil Yennerell
Michael Donnelly, Scott Donald & Garry Ohley
Terry Eaton, Robert Williams and Wink Restaurant
Susan Eggert & Food! Food!
Jim Lewis & Paul Hemmer
Laura & Morris Gottesman
Pierre & Isabelle Fay
Danny Hamilton & Paul Hilliard
Donn Gauger & Maxx Judd
Richard MacKinnon & John Rebok
Victor Martinez, Christopher Rose, Hans Bengtson & Scott Davey
Carl & Courtney McQueary
David Alan & Joe Eifler
Russell Milner, Alan Kirkhart & Russell’s Bistro
MJ Puente & Tony West
Gary Schumann & Noel Landuyt
Steven Stanislav, John Carroll, Joe Rivera, J.P. Grumbles & Kris Owens
Terry Wilson, Alma Alcocer-Thomas, Kristine Kittrell, Gina Burchenal & Kathryn Weatherup
In Good Taste Catering – John Sutton & Heather Biagas,
Fonda San Miguel – Tom Gilliland
Cavu Design – Cindy Goldman
Home on the Range Catering – Virginia Wood
LeCordon Blue Academy – Aimee Olson
Nightcap Dessert Lounge – Christin Rowan
PolkaDots Cupcake Factory – Olga Lee
Texas Coffee Traders
Sugar Mamma’s Bakeshop- Olivia O’Neal
Sweet Solutions – Shanna Whitaker
Sue Hammer, & Jordan Actkinson – Ambiente Wine
Abri Hotel Union Square
Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner…
Austin’s most delicious fundraiser was held on Saturday evening, Feb. 1, 2014. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner let guests pick from one of 23 dinners in private homes. There, they made new friends and got caught up with old ones over fine wine and cuisine. Then everyone met up for a dessert & champagne reception at Nest Modern. 100 percent of each reservation donation went to Project Transitions to benefit those living with HIV/AIDS.
Here’s how Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner worked:
Fine dining hosted in private homes at dinners ranging from the intimate to the festival-sized.
Pick your three favorite dinner themes & shortly before the event, we’ll tell you where you’re dining. Enjoy a surprise guest list, wonderful food and new friends.
Dessert & champagne with guests from every dinner follows at NEST.
2013 Guess Who’s in the News
From Stephen Moser’s column, After A Fashion
From The Austin Chronicle
2012 Guess Who’s in the News
From Michael Barnes’ column, Out and About- Mississippi Rising Dinner for Project Transitions Part 1
From Michael Barnes’ column, Out and About- Mississippi Rising Dinner for Project Transitions Part 2
From Michael Barnes’ column, Out and About- Mississippi Rising Dinner for Project Transitions Part 3
From Kate Messer’s column, The Gay Place – Guess Who Went to Dinner?