Join Urban Ministries of Wake County for a pho-nominal competition between the Triangle’s top chefs in the restaurant and catering industries. Taste soups from more than 10 chefs and enjoy pottery from the Triangle Potters Guild. Vote on your favorite chef and watch as celebrity judges decide which chef is the most soup-erior!
November 15, 2017 | McKimmon Center
Stone Soup Supper 2016 raised more than $60,000 to support our programs of feeding, sheltering, and providing health care for Wake County residents. Join us in 2017 as we work to surpass our goal!
Purchase early and get in the door sooner!
Advance tickets go on sale October 2!
Sponsor Stone Soup Supper
Stone Soup Supper brings local together more than 500 Triangle residents who are interested in great food, local crafts, and community involvement! Your sponsorship supports Wake County’s hungry, homeless, and uninsured. Sponsor today!
Thank You Stone Soup Sponsors
Urban Ministries Department of Agriculture
Fifth Third Bank
Barbara and Ken Updegrave
Duke Raleigh Hospital
Jean and Mike Carter
Tanya Zinner and Fran Abdou
Wake Stone Corp
Wyrick Robbins Yates & Ponton LLP
Andy and Barbara Bonin
Beth and Ken Brody
Beth Meyer Synagogue
Dr. Richard Adelman
Gale and Mark Nichols
Linda and Sam Wyrick
Margaret and Chris Browning
Mountain 2 Sea Environmental LLC
Nancy and Bob Sumner
North State Bank
Regan and Robert Brown
Susan and Chuck Nichols
Advance Ticket Sales 6-8pm
(If not sold out) Tickets Available at the Door 6:30-8pm
If available, soup-to-go only open to ticket holders beginning at 7:30pm. No drive-thru.
Jonathon Ballard of Sassool Café
Mike Bickel of Carolina Ale House
Melanie Dunia of Empire Eats
John Ford of Mandolin
Andrew Pettifer of Margaux's Restaurant
Jeff Pineda of The Art Institute
Matt Register of Southern Smoke BBQ
Ron Salerno of Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley
Mitch Samples of The Chef's Academy
Trey Smith of Prestonwood Country Club
David Voelz of Galloway Ridge
Eddie Wilson of Golden Corral
Jake Wolf of Capital Club 16