Culinary students pose for a photo

The William Floyd High School Culinary Arts program recently hosted the fifth annual “Taste of the Town,” a popular school-community event featuring numerous local and area food establishments presenting their best dishes for the community to sample. More than 500 people attended the event with proceeds going toward the William Floyd High School Career and Technology Education (CTE) program and to help fill the local food pantry.

community members are being service food during Taste of the Town

The culinary arts students, under the leadership of their teacher Richard Daly and teaching assistant Wendy Waldron, had the opportunity to work alongside and with industry professionals, make connections and have fun helping to serve food to the community.

Special thanks to the fine dining establishment that contributed to this year’s event: Alitalia, Aliyana Pizzeria, All Cakes Couture NY, Applebee’s, Aroogas Grille House, Avinos Italian Table, Bellport Country Club, Bernie's Family Pizzeria, Buckley's Irish Pub, Butera's, Coral, Cornucopia Health Foods, Cucina Family Style Ristorante, Del Fuego, Drift 82, Frank & Son Bakery, Giacalone's Pork Pasta & Deli, Herbies Crumb Cakes, Hero Haven Pizza & More, Ice Cream Cottage, JC's at Mike's Place Too, John's Pizza, La Buena Vida, LaVolpe, Mama Lisa Restaurant, Miller's Ale House, Moriches Bay Diner, Naz's Halal, New Rooster Kitchen, Painters' Restaurant, Porters on the Lane, Prime Restaurant, Long Island Aquarium, Sea Basin, Sea Cove, Swan Bakery, Tend Coffee, The Pizzuti Kitchen, TJ's Hero Shop and the William Floyd Diner.

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