14th Annual Chefs In Shorts | Seaport Trade Center

Last weekend marked the 14th annual Chefs in Shorts event at the Seaport Hotel. One of Boston’s most highly anticipated tasting events, over 40 of the city’s most famed chefs and restaurants gathered on the terrace on the water to serve up and show off their favorite summer dishes. Braving the misty weather in some of their most stylish board shorts, the night went off without a hitch. I’ll admit I had to take a few breaks in between sampling goods to give my stomach a break from the food marathon I was putting it through, but it was all well worth it.

This years event sold out pretty quick, so if you happened to miss it, peep some of my food highlights below and be sure to get your tickets early when next years rolls around.

Tacos from Temazcal

Pulled Pork with BBQ Sauce and Corn Slaw from Market

Burgers at Trina’s Starlight Lounge

Spaghetti and Sausages from Tavolo

Franks and Beans from Met Back Bay

Homemade Push Pops from Jean Georges Market

and their Strawberry Sangria. Yum.

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4 Responses to 14th Annual Chefs In Shorts | Seaport Trade Center

  1. Those tacos look delish and I like the idea of gourmet push pops! Looks like a fun event!

  2. Looks like an awesome event. By the time, I tried to get tickets, they were already sold out. 😦

    I guess I really missed out on this one!

  3. Megan says:

    The spaghetti and sausages looks tasty!

  4. funandfearlessinbeantown says:

    Fantastic photos! I want one of those homemade push-pops!

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