Sunday Night Suppers
José Andrés - Joan Nathan - Alice Waters
Martha's Table & DC Central Kitchen
Sunday Night Suppers
Focus on Food
January 24th, 2010
In a year of hope, acclaimed chefs and community leaders unite to support two extraordinary charities that feed 5500 citizens, every day, 365 days a year. Through a collaboration of chefs, organizations and concerned citizens, last year's Art.Food.Hope inaugural dinners raised more than $100,000 for Martha's Table and DC Central Kitchen. This year we reunite with celebrated DC chefs for Sunday Night Suppers.
The Sunday Night Suppers are almost sold out. Please consider Sunday Night Sips. This lively cocktail reception celebrates the countries young leaders and innovators of the health food movement and combating hunger and poverty in Washington, DC. See below for details.
Sunday Night Sips - 5pm, Program begins @ 6pm.
This year there is an alternate cocktail reception, Sunday Night Sips, celebrating the contribution young people are making to feeding their community. A cocktail and hors d'oeuvres gathering hosted by Greg Nelson and Jose Cunningham with Alice Waters, Esquire's Chef of the Year Barton Seaver, speakers from the Youth Food Movement, Martha's Table and DC Central Kitchen. We are excited to reveal a screening of Lori Silverbush's, Hungry in America. Join your community in celebrating the Youth Food Movement and combating hunger and poverty in DC. Sunday Night Sips will be located at 1609 16th St. NW, Washington, DC 20009. Here we will feature several rooms show casing young local chef's such as Barton Seaver, Spike Mendelsohn, Heather Chittum, Mike Colleti, Will Artley, Brian Lacayo and Allison Sosna.
Sunday Night Suppers - 7pm
Jose Andres, Joan Nathan and Alice Waters invite you to join one of fifteen intimate dinners. Each dinner will entertain 20 guests in Washington, DC homes to benefit Martha's Table and DC Central Kitchen. Savor the rich winter bounty of the East Coast from the areas hottest chefs and discuss nourshing the health, economy and environment of our nation's capitol through a focus on food.
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.
If you have any questions regarding ticketing and registration please contact
Kimberly Lyons, Development Manager, Martha's Table at 202.328.6608 x 232 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all of our sponsors and donors, with out your support we could not make this happen.
Cowgirl Creamery, Ariane Daguin/D'Artagnan, Heritage Foods, Jamison Farms, Le Baccanti, Vermont Butter and Cheese, Wegmans, Ridgewells Catering and Whole Foods.