2018 Empty Bowls: The 38 soups and new chefs

2018 Empty Bowls flyerThe annual Empty Bowls Dinner serves up a simple but delicious meal of soup and bread as a reminder of the roughly 1 in 8 people throughout our region who struggle to keep food on the table. All proceeds will be used to reduce hunger in our region.

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Just Harvest will co-host the 23rd Annual Empty Bowls Dinner on Sunday, March 18, 2018, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (with two different seating times) at Rodef Shalom in Oakland.

This is a family-friendly event with something for everyone. There will be great kids activities from the Carnegie Library, the ceramic bowl every ticketholder gets to select from among thousands made by local artisans and students, and the chance to meet new dining companions – all for a great cause!

And of course, you’ll get to eat some delicious soup, served up by local celebrities and cooked up by some of the city’s great chefs.

2018 Empty Bowls soup menu

More than three dozen Pittsburgh restaurants and caterers are donating several hundred gallons of soup, which will be served up with yummy Breadworks rolls. New to the event this year are:

Apteka
Cornerstone Restaurant
or, the Whale
Revel + Roost
Spork
Talia Cucina & Rosticceria
Union Standard
Whitfield
Metz Culinary Management
Shadyside Academy

A wide variety of soups will be offered at the event, including Thai Corn Chowder (from Soba), Smoked Cream of Cauliflower (from Pork and Beans), and of course the ever-favorite Chicken Noodle.

We encourage you to try many delicious options from our generous partners. You may go through the line multiple times during your seating time.

Check below for the list of soups available at each seating. Note that some soups will be available at both seating times.

More soups than you can get to? Soups marked with a * in the seating tables below will also be available for sale to-go during the entire event, with additional to-go only soups listed below. Prices are $5/16oz. and $10/32 oz. containers.

All proceeds will jointly benefit Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and Just Harvest.

Join us at the event on Sunday, March 18!

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SEATING 1 (1:00-3:30pm)
Donor Soup Veg/V/GF?
Bar Marco Celeriac Puree & Apple Veg
Café at the Frick Roasted Carrot & Sage Veg/GF
Casbah Butternut Squash Purée Contains chesnuts
Eat Unique White Turkey Chili GF
Eat’n Park *Chicken Noodle
Eleven *Potato & Bacon
Hyeholde *Sherry Bisque Veg
Legume *Cream of Mushroom
Mad Mex (Shadyside) Chickpea Chili Veg/V/GF
Piccolo Forno *Pasta e Fagioli Veg
Shady Side Academy Cowboy Chili GF
Smallman Street Deli Mushroom & Barley
Soba Thai Corn Chowder Veg/V
Square Café *Tomato Bisque Veg/GF
or, the Whale Farmers Vegetable Veg
Scratch Tomato Veg/GF
Talia Roasted Red Pepper & Artichoke Veg/V/GF
Whitfield Cauliflower Parmesan Veg/GF
SEATING 2 (4:00-6:00pm)
Donor Soup Veg/V/GF
Apteka Lentil, Tomato & Kale Veg/V
Black Radish Kitchen Black Bean Veg/V/GF
Café Raymond Pasta e Fagioli Veg
CCAC Beef Goulash GF
Common
Plea
Roasted Tomato
Cornerstone Roasted Chicken, Mushroom & Farro
Cure Celery Root & Potato Veg/V/GF
Kaya Jalapeño, White Cheddar & Broccoli Veg/GF
Paris 66 Ratatouille Veg/GF
Parkhurst *Vegetarian Chili Veg/V/GF
Pork and Beans *Smoked Cream of Cauliflower Veg/GF
Revel + Roost Chicken Noodle
Spork Mulligatawny GF
Union Standard Smoked Potato & Cheddar Veg/GF
Woody’s Italian Wedding

Additional Soups To-Go

Casbah Butternut Squash Purée
Deena’s Dishes Vegan Smoky Split Pea Veg/V
Dinette Tomato Fennel Veg/GF
Food Bank Meatless Chili Veg/V/GF
Metz Culinary Management Chicken & Dumpling
Salvatore’s of Little Giant World of Catering Wedding

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