Solidarity Dinner of the Comité Tricolore at Matisse Restaurant

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Solidarity Dinner of the Comité Tricolore at Matisse Restaurant

A Comité Tricolore Dinner at Matisse Restaurant

By Comité Tricolore/ The Tricolore Committee

When and where

Date and time

Tuesday, June 6 · 6:30 - 9:30pm EDT


Matisse 4934 Wisconsin Avenue Washington, DC 20016

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About this event

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Matisse Restaurant artfully prepares modern French Mediterranean cuisine in a beautiful setting.

Matisse Restaurant located between Chevy Chase and Upper Northwest, provides Contemporary French Fusion cuisine to the neighborhood locals and power players of Washington. In a space designed by Thomas Pheasant, guests dine on the freshest seasonal, organic, and local ingredients in a chic and elegant atmosphere.

25 tickets are available at the price of $94 per person, which consists of $69 for your meal (tax and tip included, drinks excluded) and $25 as a donation to the Comité Tricolore (larger donations are of course encouraged). The donation is tax deductible.

Vegetarian options are available. Please check the amazing Menu below!

If you are coming with friends, please let us know so that we can seat you together at the same table. We regroup guests at tables of 6 or 8 unless you wish a separate table.

June 6, at 6:30 pm at 4934 Wisconsin Ave. Washington DC N.W. 20016

Between Chevy Chase and Upper NW


About the organizer

The  Tricolore Committee (501-C 3) is the associative network of a strong and supportive Francophone community in the Washington, DC area. It is an apolitical, philanthropic non – profit, open to French, Francophone and Franco-American clubs or associations of the Washington, DC region which share a common interest in French culture and in the strengthening of the relationship between France and the United States.

The Tricolore Committee was founded in 1997 by a group of associations committed to the organization of annual activities and events, and to the dedication of the generated benefits to help disadvantaged people in the community. Twenty-three associations are currently members of the Tricolore Committee.

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