José Andrés and Friends Present “Dine n Dash” –a Culinary Tour of Penn Quarter Restaurants in Benefit of World Central Kitchen
What: José Andrés and friends launch the second annual Dine N Dash in support of World Central Kitchen. At this wandering feast of Penn Quarter, guests will stroll between ten of the top dining destinations in DC including Cuba Libre, Del Campo, Jaleo, Menu/MBK, Oyamel, Partisan, Poste Brasserie, Proof, SEI, and Zaytinya, sampling specialty plates and delectable cocktails. Each restaurant will feature musical acts, and participants will be able to visit an additional five participating food trucks, including Pepe, DC Empanadas, BBQ Bus, Takorean, and Red Hook.
Tickets start at $99 for the culinary tour and $249 for a VIP pass, which includes pedicab access and an after-party at Zaytinya with José Andrés himself. All proceeds will benefit World Central Kitchen’s smart solutions to hunger and poverty.
To purchase tickets, please visit: www.dinendash.info
When: Tuesday, June 10th, 2014 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm
Why: José Andrés believes strongly in leveraging the power of food to find solutions to many of the world’s problems When he and partner Rob Wilder founded World Central Kitchen, they did so with the hope of helping to end food insecurity and malnutrition in Haiti and the world. All Dine N Dash proceeds will go directly to support the remarkable development programs that World Central Kitchen is undertaking, including a Sustainable School Canteen in Palmiste Tampe, Haiti; a honey harvesting operation in rural Dominican Republic; the Bakery in Zamni Beni, Crois de Bouquetes, Haiti; and the Elie du Bois Culinary School in Port au Prince, Haiti.
Where: Penn Quarter, Washington, DC.