Delicias delivers ‘Five-Star’ dinner for the Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation

Delicias Restaurant recently hosted a “Defeat the Deficit Dinner” to benefit the Rancho Santa Fe Education Foundation. The Foundation currently has a deficit against this year’s RSF School district grant of $1,000,000 that funds important “Five-Star Education” programs such as Small Class Size and more. Delicias graciously offered to help by hosting a private 3-course dinner, including wine and gratuity, for the first 70 people who contributed an additional $250 per person to the Education Foundation in an effort to defeat the deficit.

The sold-out dinner did not disappoint! Guests dined on delicious delicacies created by Chef Paul McCabe, all the while helping the Education Foundation raise over $15,000 towards its “Five-Star” Education programs! The menu and wine selections proved to be “Five-Star” as well. Delicias Chef Paul McCabe is known as an innovative, award-winning culinary artist and has consistently been recognized as one of San Diego’s best.

Chef McCabe and Manager Alex Campbell also came out and greeted the guests, and gave them a preview of new changes to Delicias. There will be a new menu and other events to invite families and couples for a more community feeling dining experience.

The Education Foundation is extremely grateful to Delicias and the Perry Family for sponsoring this effort. It was a wonderful evening celebrating the strength of our community, parents and businesses, working together to support our neighborhood and school.

For more information about the RSF Education Foundation, please contact Allison Oppeltz at the Education Foundation office at 756-1141 X208, or visit www.rsfef.org.

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