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What is Saturday Night Sips event in Washington DC?

I'd like to tell you about Saturday Night Sips. Through the magic of Twitter, I was invited to this event by one of the organizers, Greg Nelson, aka @socialepicurean. The event marries food, drinks, chefs, mixologists, and most importantly two great beneficiaries: DC Central Kitchen and Martha's Table. Please see the information below directly from the eventribe website, where you can order your tickets.

Saturday Night Sips is a cocktail reception with JOSE ANDRES, ALICE WATERS AND JOAN NATHAN, celebrating the role young people play in fighting hunger both locally and nationally.  The event will have tastes from the area's hottest young chefs, specialty drinks created by DC mixologists and wine tastings by Le Baccanti and speakers from Martha's Table and DC Central Kitchen. 

Join your community in celebrating health and nutrition while combating hunger and poverty in DC.  Saturday Night Sips will be located at 1609 16th St. NW, Washington, DC  20009.  Here we will feature several rooms showcasing young local chef's.

Confirmed Chefs include:
Will Artley of Evening Star Cafe
Graham Bartlett of Zengo
Antonio Burrell of Masa 14
Shannon Overmiller of The Majestic Cafe
David Varley of Bourbon Steak
Garret Fleming of Eatonville
 Confirmed Mixologists include:

Dan Searing of Room 11
Gina Chersevani of PS 7′s
Owen Thomson of Cafe Atlantico
Jeff Faile  of Palena

To find out more information about the beneficiary organizations, please visit the following websites: -
Martha's Table aims to help end poverty with both short and long term solutions.  Our mission is to help at risk children, youth, families and individuals in our community improve their lives by providing educational programs, food, clothing and enrichement opportunities. -
DC Central Kitchen is a community kitchen that serves as a central location to recover unused food, prepare and deliver meals to parnter social service agencies, train men and women for jobs in the foodservice industry, and intellectually engage volunteers.

Menu Design By: Anemone


Bren said...

i love this concept. right up my alley.. wish i were in town to attend. Jose Andres is great and so is his food, obviously. And anything to bring awareness to ending hunger is what I'm talking about. Perfect. Thanks for sharing. I might repost on my blog, too.

City Girl said...

I had seen photos from this event, but didn't know what it entailed. Sounds like a fabulous night! xoxo