The Seaport District continues to prove that this neighborhood is sizzling hot (unlike Boston’s temperatures, although today is an exception!) Head to the new Envoy Hotel this Tuesday, February 2, from 6:30-9PM for “Baby It’s Cold Outside”, an event benefitting the New England Center and Home for Veterans. Executive Chef David Verdo of the hotel’s Outlook Kitchen & Bar and special guest chef Rachel Klein of RFK Kitchen are hosts for this special evening. A true treat, the event will give guests the opportunity to sample bites from Verdo’s Outlook while also giving a sneak peak to Klein’s soon-to-open RFK Kitchen. Be glam and sip spirits from the likes of Tito’s and Perrier-Jouët while swaying to the beats of a local DJ. While Chef Verdo brings farm-to-table, locally-sourced, iconic creations to chic Seaporters every night, Chef Klein is about to bring equally as sophisticated fare to Needham. RFK Kitchen will deliver globally-influenced, New American fare to posh suburbanites. For over 25 years, the New England Center and Home for Veterans has provided veterans experiencing or at risk for homelessness with shelter in downtown Boston. Serving over 100,000 meals a year, the NECHV is more than just a shelter—it also provides vocational, educational, and clinical support. It’s easy to just find a night out on the town, but it’s not every day to find one supporting such a great cause. Grab your tickets and show that chic and charity can be one and the same. For tickets: http://tinyurl.com/jflvdf3 For more details, click here.