The Hawthorne hosts after party


The Hawthorne was the place to be after Boston Bites Back, the chef-tacular benefit for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. When the crowd at Fenway Park finally had its fill, several of the chefs headed to The Hawthorne for an after party hosted by owner Garrett Harker and Eastern Standard’s Jeremy Sewall and Jackson Cannon. Stopping by were chefs Jody Adams, Todd English, Louis DiBiccari, Nancy Cushman, Patrick Lee, Josh Childs, and BBB organizers Ming Tsai and Ken Oringer. While the event may have fallen short of its $1 million goal, the online auction — offering an on-field meet and greet with Bill Belichick, a first pitch at Fenway, and a day of beauty with Gretta Monahan, among other items — is at

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