Chefs Fanny Slater and Jose Andres with Adam Richman onstage at DC Central Kitchen’s Capital Food Fight on November 16, 2017 at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC. (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images for DC Central Kitchen’s Capital Food Fight)
Enjoy food and drink from 30 top DC restaurants — all in one night! Limited tickets are still available for Dine-N-Dash on Wednesday, June 6. With your ticket, you check in, claim a wristband and *dash* between locations to *dine* to your heart’s content.
At Dine-N-Dash, you’ll party with Chef José Andrés and friends to benefit his charity organization, World Central Kitchen.
Participating restaurants break into two clusters in Penn Quarter (generally around 7th St. NW) and 14th St. NW (Logan Circle area). Starting locations in Penn Quarter have sold out, but starting locations along 14th Street remain! Once you claim your wristband, you can head to any participating destination.
With five to eight dishes and four drinks at each restaurant, you have plenty of dining options. Roaming waitstaff and food stations keep traffic moving at each restaurant.
14th Street locations still available as starting points!
Birch and Barley
Other participating 14th Street restaurants include:
Birch and Barley
Ice Cream Jubilee
Penn Quarter restaurants include:
Crimson Diner and Whiskey Bar
Flight Wine Bar
Puerto Rico House in Penn Quarter hosts:
VIP purchases include a pre-reception from 5:30-7pm with José and special guests as well as access to at least three VIP-only restaurants (Denson Liquor Bar, The Partisan, and The Smith). You also get an exclusive VIP afterparty from 9:30-11:30pm, again with Chef José and guests.
Again, all proceeds benefit World Central Kitchen. José Andrés founded World Central Kitchen after the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti with the belief that food can be an agent of change. The charity expanded globally, and it supports a group of chefs creating smart solutions to hunger and poverty. We’ve seen them in action recently in Puerto Rico and Hawaii.