Nightlife
March 21, 2013

GMHC's 5th Annual SAVOR Benefit Dinner Hosted by Cynthia Nixon

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An impressive lineup of top chefs contributed to this year's SAVOR, the annual fundraising dinner hosted by the Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC), which was held last night at Cipriani 42nd Street. Cynthia Nixon hosted, and film producer Joy Tomchin (Academy Award-nominated How to Survive a Plague) was honored, along with the Keith Haring Foundation. The lavish four-course culinary experience was prepared by acclaimed chefs Alex Guarnaschelli (Iron Chef, Chopped), Colleen Grapes, Silvano Fiorindo, and Justin Warner (The Next Food Network Star).
 
Emily Tisch Sussman energized the live auction, which turned into a bidding war on a luxurious week in London, a bright red Vespa, and a massive Mike Ruiz photograph, appropriately titled "Gluttony 1."

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