For one night only, local chefs and stars will come together to raise money for Rebuilding Together El Paso.

Rebuilding Together El Paso provides critical repairs, accessibility modifications and energy efficient upgrades to low-income homes and community centers at no cost to service recipients.

Chefs and Stars will showcase eight local chefs who will be paired with eight local celebrities to bring you a four-course meal. You’ll taste all eight recipes from four categories and then vote for the best chef in El Paso.

The evening begins at the Epic Railyard Center with music and cocktails, continuing with a silent auction, door prizes, and much more. The evening is followed by a star studded line up of chefs and their creations as they build a meal together. At the end of the evening one local chef will be picked as the best in El Paso.

Chefs & Stars Line-Up:


Chef Phili of Southwest University Park featuring Andy Imfeld of the El Paso Chihuahuas vs. Chef Ed of Farah’s Mediterranean Kitchen featuring Steve Kaplowitz of 600 ESPN Sports Talk Radio


Chef Norbert Portillo of Ode Brewing Co. featuring Denise Olivas of KVIA TV vs. Chefs Sonny & Mando of Sysco Culinary Team featuring Robert Holguin of KFOX TV.


Chef Rudy Valdes of Stonewood Modern Grill featuring Alberto Orozco and Mike Zuloaga of Casa Auto Group vs. Chef Matt Herrera of Tabla featuring Randy Johnson of Johnson Jewelers.


Chef Jonathan Bowden of Belle Sucre featuring Monika of KISS-FM vs. Chef Josh Safford of Smallcakes Cupcakery featuring Victor Cruz of the Fox Radio.


$65 for individuals, $45 for military, and $25 for students. Corporate sponsorship's are also available. For tickets or more information available at 915-519-0063. The public is also invited to donate and vote online for their favorite chef as well.

Rebuilding Together El Paso got its start back in 1991 as “Christmas in April” by the Junior League of El Paso. Since then the organization has evolved and expanded its mission to provide more year-round services and a greater diversity of services, all focused around the core goal of rehabilitation and revitalization. To date, over 700 El Paso homes of low income elderly, veteran and/or disabled homeowners have been rehabilitated and revitalized with the help of thousands of volunteers.