Let’s Talk Womxn Boston Celebrates Women’s History Month with “More Than March” in March 7, 2024

Let’s Talk Womxn Boston, a collaboration of women restaurateurs and entrepreneurs in the food/beverage industry, announced today its annual epicurean gala event to kick off Women’s History Month. Let’s Talk Womxn’s “More Than March” event will be March 7 from 7:00-9:00 pm at Boston Harbor Distillery, located at The Port on Boston Harbor at 12R Ericsson Street in Dorchester. The annual event brings together 15+ of Boston’s top women-founded food and beverage businesses to showcase the powerhouse female talent in the Boston area. THE woman power high of the evening: 5-minute no-platitudes “herstories” told by leading Boston women on what’s needed for parity. And why March is not enough!

This gala event is in celebration of Women’s History Month and will feature tastings from over 15 top women in food and beverage in Boston, including LTW Co-Host Nancy Cushman from Bianca, Kathi Turner of Turner’s Seafood, Rising Eagle Publick House and event host Rhonda Kallman of Boston Harbor Distillery, a long-time and dedicated Let’s Talk Womxn supporter.

Let’s Talk Womxn Boston Featured Speakers, to date, are:

  • Jenny Johnson – Emmy-winning TV Host and Entrepreneur
  • Lindsay Milne – VP of Marketing, Meet Boston
  • Jocelyn Flores – Horizon Beverage

This event is a unique opportunity for attendees to taste a variety of dishes, cocktails, and desserts, while supporting women-owned businesses in Boston’s culinary scene at one of the area’s most unique venues with live music from The Femmes, dress to “express” fashion theme and dancing.

“This year’s Gala is so special for many reasons – Women’s Month in Boston has become bigger than ever and we’re so proud of our part. Our partners this year will outdo themselves and the stories we’ll hear from some of Boston’s top female leaders will surely inspire and entertain. I can’t wait for our guests on March 7th to experience the contagious energy that will be felt by all,” said Jen Ziskin.

Participating Let’s Talk Womxn Boston businesses:

  • LTW Co-Host Jen Ziskin of Sherborn, Punch Bowl, La Morra
  • LTW Co-Host Nancy Cushman of Bianca, O Ya, Hojoko, Gogo Ya, Ms. Clucks Deluxe, and Mr. Roni Cups
  • LTW Co-Host Elizabeth Almeida of Fat Moon Mushrooms
  • LTW Co-Host Nancy Matheson-Burns of Dole & Bailey
  • Rhonda Kallman of Boston Harbor Distillery* (*event venue/host)
  • Nisreen Galloway of Crème de Liquor
  • Kathi Turner of Turner’s Seafood, Rising Eagle Publick House
  • Kate Smith of Thistle & Leek
  • Debbie Kessler of Bell in Hand
  • Kristin Canty of Woods Hill Pier 4
  • Monica Rogan of Goodnow Farms Chocolate
  • Mariah Wood of Tilden
  • Casey White of Jaju Pierogi
  • Jen Chase-Corwin of Paolo’s

Let’s Talk Womxn launched in the thick of the pandemic in 2020 for women restaurateurs to learn from & support each other. It has explosively evolved to much more. It is a magical innovative B-cube model of “competitors as collaborators.” Started for women restaurateurs, it has grown to include all women entrepreneurs and makers of food and drink. “Our group of female restaurateurs and entrepreneurs have built a remarkable camaraderie, providing counsel, visibility, bargaining and economic power to our group. Nationally, it has grown so much and the support here in Boston is palpable,” added Ziskin.

Tickets are $125 for VIP (two drink tickets plus an exclusive VIP gift bag) and $95 for general admission. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit OpenTable at http://tinyurl.com/4wtarnmj. All male allies and everyone welcome. Follow along for news and updates on Instagram at @letstalkwomxnbos.

Thanks to Let’s Talk Womxn Boston’s event sponsors Horizon Beverage, Meet Boston, Twelve Points Financial and Edible Boston.

About Let’s Talk Womxn

Founded in 2020, Let’s Talk Womxn is a national collaboration of over 700 women restaurateurs

and entrepreneurs across the United States. It is not an organization, entity, or association and is open to all women owners in the industry with no dues, bureaucracy, or webinars. All support and revenue goes directly to its women business owners with maximum impact. Let’s Talk has chapters in Boston, Chicago, Seattle, Atlanta, Phoenix, Philadelphia, Greater NY, Cincinnati, Kentucky, Miami, Minneapolis, Houston, and Milwaukee. For more information, please visit https://letstalkwomxn.com/.