Some of Boston’s best chefs are throwing their support behind the Boston Public Market Association’s efforts to create a year-round public market in the Boston area. A public market expands upon traditional farmers’ markets by making fresh food available throughout the year. Typically operating several days each week within a large, centrally-located market hall, a public market allows its customers to find a broad selection of fresh produce, dairy products, baked goods, meat, poultry, seafood, specialty foods, condiments and spices. If you’d like to hear more, here’s your chance: On Tuesday, September 21st, restaurants like Caffe Umbra, Chez Henri, Clio, East Cast Grill, Flora, Great Bay, Grill 23 & Bar, Hamersley’s Bistro, Icarus, L’Espalier, No. 9 Park, Oleana, Radius, Rialto, The Summer Shack, Tremont 647, UpStairs on the Square and Via Matta will be hosting fundraising dinners, during which guests will have a chance to hear a short presentation about the market while enjoying specially created menus. The dinner costs $200 per person, including wine and gratuity. Call 617.945.0111 for more information and to purchase tickets. You can also take a peek at the Association’s website to learn more.