Tony Maws and Keith Pooler Face Off in Food Fights Series

The cooking competition benefits Share Our Strength, which aims to end childhood hunger.

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Chef Tony Maws of Kirkland Tap & Trotter. Photo provided

Taste of the Nation’s Neighborhood Food Fights series has already pitted such luminary restaurants as Uni, Asta, Harvest, and Russell House Tavern against each other in the name of charity. Now comes a star-studded part three featuring Bergamot chefs Keith Pooler and Dan Bazzinotti battling Craigie on Main’s Tony Maws at South Boston’s Lincoln Tavern.

Since 1988, the No Kid Hungry “Share Our Strength” culinary events have been the premiere culinary benefits dedicated to ending childhood hunger in America. Now on November 11, Maws, Pooler, and Bazzinotti are doing their part in a cooking competition which will also include a Q&A with the chefs, two complementary cocktails, pizza provided by Lincoln Tavern, and the chance to try all the food prepared that evening.

$30 per person, Nov. 11, 7-9 p.m., Lincoln Tavern, 425 West Broadway, South Boston;