Marina Bay restaurants partner with Friends of the Blue Hills on dinner atop Blue Hill Observatory

Brian Mcelhiney, the Executive Chef at Port 305
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Hills meet the sea for annual dinner in Blue Hills Raffle

Raffle to be held on October 4th

The Friends of the Blue Hills is raffling off a once-in-a-lifetime dinner for six at the top of Blue Hill Observatory, the oldest continually operating weather observatory in the country. The winner will enjoy breathtaking views of the Boston skyline and the ocean while dining on an unforgettable meal provided by sister restaurants Siros and Port 305 at Marina Bay in Quincy.

Brian Mcelhiney, the Executive Chef at Port 305, will prepare and serve the three-course dinner. The group will also receive a private tour of this historically significant landmark in the heart of the Blue Hills Reservation.

Tickets for the raffle are $15 each or 3/$35 and can be purchased at www.FriendsoftheBlueHills.org/raffle2018 . The drawing will be held at the organization’s Annual Celebration at the Canton Town Club on Thursday, October 4, but you need not be present to win. For more information, email [email protected].

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