Girl Scouts of the Colonial Coast will hosting the ninth annual Samoa Soiree on Saturday, March 25 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Half Moone Cruise and Celebration Center in Norfolk. Taste Girl Scout Cookies like never before at this adult-only event where top chefs compete to make the best dessert or savory dish using Girl Scout Cookies as a key ingredient. Great food and drinks, along with great music and silent auction – and all for a great cause.
This year’s participating restaurants include: The Butcher’s Son, Cyprus Grille at Embassy Suites, Farm Fresh, Hampton Roads Convention Center, Mermaid Winery, Now You’re Cooking Culinary Studio, RJ’s Café at the Salvation Army Kroc Center, Tap It Local, Town Point Club, Travinia Italian Kitchen and The Vineyards Trattoria. No iD, a Virginia Beach-based cover band, will be providing the entertainment at this year’s event.
Celebrity judges, including Don London from Entercom, Marisa Marsey from VEER Magazine and Ashley Smith from WVEC-TV 13, will judge the culinary delights. Guests will also be able to cast their votes for the People’s Choice Award.
Tickets are $60 each until March 1 and then increase to $75 each.
Proceeds from the event will support the Opportunity Fund, which provides financial assistance to girls whose families need help with Girl Scout membership, summer camp and program fees.
The event is being generously sponsored by 2WD 101.3, A. Reddix and Associates, Coastal Virginia Magazine, Enspyr, Tidewater Women Magazine, VEER Magazine, Wall, Einhorn & Chernitzer P.C., WVEC-TV 13 and Yelp.
Find more information and purchase tickets at www.gsccc.org.