Joey DiSalvo hosted his bi-annual Taste The Good Life charity gala at DiSalvo’s Station Restaurant, a registered National Historic Landmark. The event, which raises money for a different charity each time, netted $25,000 for the Latrobe Community Revitalization Program. Three hundred guests enjoyed a full open bar, delicious food like spinach- and feta-stuffed chicken, oysters, and grilled eggplant. Of course, there were also cigars hand selected by Joey D, raffles, and auctions. The evening’s entertainment included music by the soulful Antoinette Montague and John Mulkerin of The Groove Doctors.