Four Seasons Hotel Houston and the Camp H-Town board of directors will host the 4th annual Celebrity H-Town Chefs Against Cancer event on May 3, 2023. Benefitting Camp H-Town, this evening is one of the city’s premier philanthropy events.
Taking place in the Hotel’s fully-transformed Grand Ballroom, Celebrity Chefs Against Cancer features 21 chefs from Houston’s best restaurants, coming together for an unforgettable night of spectacular food, drinks, and impactful fundraising. Houston’s top chefs will showcase bites of their restaurant’s signature dishes at live action stations, while spectacular wines from Wagner Family Wines, beer from Stella Artois, refreshing spirits from NÜTRL and Cutwater, and hand-crafted cocktails from Bayou & Bottle will be flowing, as well as live entertainment provided by DJ Daniel Buckman of BELLOSOUND. Television news personality Ruben Dominguez will emcee the event.
This year’s participating restaurants and chefs include:
- Toro Toro | Chef Richard Sandoval and Chef Rafael Villalpando
- Bayou & Bottle | Chef Richard Sandoval & Chef Godstime Ebeagbor
- Four Seasons Hotel Houston | Chef Paul Peddle and Chef Krystin McCarley
- Brennan's of Houston | Chef Jose Arevalo
- Carrabbas the Original | Chef Rafael Morales
- Emilia’s Havana | Chef Brian Sutton
- Guard & Grace | Chef Troy Guard
- Loro | Chef Chris Bosch
- Makiin | Chef Aphassorn (Bell) Predawan and Chef Eakkapan (O) Ngammuang
- Marmo | Chef Eli Jackson
- Muse | Chef E.J. Miller
- Pastore | Chef Scott Muns
- Roma | Chef Shannon Scott
- Soy Pinoy | Chef Tom Cunanan
- Traveler’s Table | Chef Stanton Bundy
- Uchi | Chef Stephen Conklin
- Uchiko | Chef Shaun King
- Xochi | Chef Hugo Ortega
Celebrity Chefs Against Cancer will feature an extensive silent auction, to include stays at Four Seasons hotels around the country, luxury goods, and gift certificates to participating restaurants. A few very special live auction items will also be offered, including a stay in an overwater bungalow suite at Four Seasons Resort Bora Bora, a stay at the Forbes Five Star rated Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, a stay at the four-bedroom Palazzo Galassi in the Tuscan countryside, and an Austin Formula 1 VIP Experience Weekend. Proceeds from the evening will benefit Camp H-Town, the summer sleep away camp at Four Seasons Hotel Houston. Conducted in collaboration with The University of Texas MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital, the oncology camp provides kids who have been touched by cancer with a fun and safe camp environment at no financial cost to the campers’ families.
This year’s Camp H-Town theme is “Magic of the Seas,” inspired by favourite children’s movies, and the experiences and characters within them. Campers will enjoy activities at the Hotel and at surrounding city attractions including Movie Night, a Pool Party, Dance Night at House of Blues, and much more.
"As always, we’re excited to welcome the community and Houston’s top chefs for Celebrity Chefs Against Cancer,” says Tom Segesta, General Manager of Four Seasons Hotel Houston. “This event has become one of the year’s most important, impactful, and fun philanthropic events, and we look to set a new fundraising record for these incredible and courageous kids.”
For more information and to purchase tickets to Celebrity Chefs Against Cancer, click here.
For guests of Celebrity Chefs Against Cancer looking to make a night of it, the Hotel is currently offering the Residents Retreat package, which includes 10 percent off the room rate, breakfast for two, and overnight valet parking. Proof of Texas or Louisiana residency is required at check-in. For reservations, visit online, call 800 734 4114.
About Camp H-Town
The mission of Camp H-Town is to bring back the joys of childhood to a unique population of children touched by cancer through an urban camp experience at Four Seasons Hotel Houston. During the summer, the Hotel will convert an entire floor into a “campground” with bunk beds and camping gear, in which the campers will stay four nights under the supervision of medical staff from MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital and local volunteers.