• The incredibly talented and celebrated chef, Tom Colicchio, had the evening off from cooking, as one of the honorees.



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  • Jon Snow, Hayground School co-founder and wearer of many hats from admissions to the arts and garden programs, to mention a few, in an apron



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  • Beverages chilling for the sold out Chefs Dinner guests who had the pleasure of a five-course meal prepared by celebrated chefs and wines selected



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  • The five-course meal prepared by celebrated chefs was accented by wines selected by sommelier Julie Berger.



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  • Cocktail hour hors d'oeuvres were prepared by Nick & Toni's Brian Schlitt and Joe Realmuto.



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  • A whole pig, juicy and spicy, was roasted by Nick & Toni's for the cocktail hour, served over a corn and sun gold tomato



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  • Michael Ruggiero, a Nick & Toni's team member, on hand to help roast a pig to perfection.



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  • Chef Joe Realmuto with daughter Nicole and son Jonathan.



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  • Donnell Brown presented a variety of Wölffer Estate wines.



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  • Chef Alfred Potale from NYC's Gotham Bar & Grill was one of the celebrated chefs invited to this year's event.



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  • Hayground School kids Beatrix and Liam Huberty manning the wagon filled with herbs grown by the school's students.



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  • All of the very talented and celebrated chefs of the event, minus the North Fork Table & Inn's Claudia Fleming.



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  • Wearing a City Harvest tag, chef Kerry Heffernan of "Top Chef Masters" was one of the evening's celebrated chefs.



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  • The Nick & Toni's team preparing the roasted pig for hors d'oeuvres.



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  • Jason Laan, one of the owners of Sag Harbor Rum, brought his new cocktail, the Sag Harbor Fog, to the delight of the event guests.



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  • One of the event's hosts, Toni Ross.



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  • What would a summer's evening be without some fine sparkling Prosecco 071, presented by Patrick Kline.



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  • Fresh clams on the half shell, presented by student Habtamu Coulter.



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  • The Hayground School oven was being manned by Arjun Achuthan, a school faculty member who was baking clams on the half shell.



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  • Perry Burns shucking clams.



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  • Musicians Jenny Muldaur and Lea Maxwell



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  • Josh Capon from Lure Fish Bar, with a just opened oyster.



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  • Chef Kerry Heffernan showing off some raw sea bream, his creation, and he personally caught some of the fish himself.



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  • Duck liver pate hors d'oeuvres were one of the cocktail hour offerings.



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  • An elegant place setting awaiting a lucky guest for the evenings fabulous five course fare.



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  • Hayground School alumnus Christian Scheider, son of "Jaws" star Roy Scheider, was one of the event guests.



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