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Sunday Night Suppers

DC Central Kitchen and Martha's Table

Sunday, January 23, 2011 at 7:00 PM (EST)

Sunday Night Suppers

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Jose Andres, Joan Nathan and Alice Waters

invite you to join one of fifteen intimate dinners.  Each dinner will host two reknowned chefs to entertain 20 guests in Washington, DC and nearby Maryland and Virginia homes, all to benefit Martha's Table and DC Central Kitchen.  Savor the rich winter bounty of the East Coast from the Nation's hottest chefs and discuss nourishing the health, economy and environment of our nation's capital through a focus on food.


Thanks to all of our sponsors and donors, with out your support we could

not make this happen.

Rick's Picks, Ayshire Farm, Toby Island Oysters, Santa Lucia Coffiee, Wegmans, Heritage Foods, Filippo Bartolotta of Le Baccanti TOURS, Mozzarella Company, Sea 2 Table, D'Artagnan, Whole Foods, Jamison Farm, Wagshal's - a family of fine foods since 1925, ThinkFoodGroup, Catoctin Creek Distilling Company, Ridgewells Catering, The Ritz-Carlton, Black Ankle Vinyards, Le Pain Quotidien and Roadside Organics.

Thank you to all participating Chef's and their Restaurants:

BLT Steak, Restaurant Eve, EVE in Ann Arbor, MI, La Mas Tourteron, Vidalia, 2941, D'Artagnan, Galileo III Ristorante Italiano, Wolf Gang Puck's The Source, minibar by jose andres, Equinox, Blue Duck Tavern, Toloache, Masa 14, Domenica from New Orleans, Artcliff Diner, Bibiana, Fiola Ristorante, Buck's Fishing and Camping, Chez Panisse, Poste and Nora.

If you would like to volunteer for this event, please click on the link below.

All Proceeds to Benefit Martha's Table and DC Central Kitchen.  All donations are tax deductible.

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.

For more information, questions and concerns, please contact Kim Lyons at or 202-328-6608 x 232

Have questions about Sunday Night Suppers? Contact DC Central Kitchen and Martha's Table


DC Central Kitchen and Martha's Table

Martha’s Table supports stronger children, stronger families and stronger community by making healthful food and quality learning more accessible. For 35 years, Martha’s Table has served as an important community partner, helping neighbors access the skills and resources needed to earn, learn and lead through life. Martha’s Table’s Healthy Eating programs include 22 free pop-up grocery markets across the District of Columbia and McKenna’s Wagon, a 365-days-a-year mobile food delivery program that serves three Washington, D.C. locations nightly. It also operates two Martha’s Outfitters clothing shops in the District and offers premier early-childhood, after-school and out-of-school time education programs to children ages three months to 13 years. For more information, please visit

DC Central Kitchen uses food as a tool to change lives. Each day, the Kitchen serves up 10,000 balanced meals packed with fresh, local produce. Half of these meals are delivered to area homeless shelters, after-school programs, and other nonprofit organizations serving low-income DC residents. The other half are prepared in DC public and private schools, making DCCK the only nonprofit in America conducting a full-service healthy school meal program. They also offer an acclaimed Culinary Job Training program that empowers at-risk, unemployed adults to embark on new careers. Many program graduates go on to work in their busy kitchens, supporting DCCK’s direct service programs and social enterprise activities. To learn more, please visit

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