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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Win tickets to Soup Sunday

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Soup Sunday
Soup Sunday, arguably the year’s best food-related benefit, is scheduled for this Sunday, February 20. A fundraiser for Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, the event celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, with soup, bread and desserts from more than 30 Central Arkansas restaurants.

Longtime participants Bruno’s, Dave’s Place, The Villa, Faded Rose and Community Bakery return, as do the likes of Acadia, Cotham’s in the City, Sushi Cafe and ZaZa.

The event will be held at the Embassy Suites on Financial Parkway from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.

Tickets are $20 or $5 for children age five to 12. Also, the Times is sponsoring a VIP Signature Soup Room featuring food by ZaZa Chef Scott McGehee; tickets for it, which also afford access to the main event, are $50.

Special to Eat Arkansas blog readers
: We're giving away a number of tickets. Register here. Winners who register in the couples category will receive a pair of tickets. Those who register and win in the family category will receive a pair of adult tickets and up to two children's tickets.

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