José Andrés and World Central Kitchen have recruited 30 restaurants to participate in the annual Dine-N-Dash fundraising event to benefit the nonprofit global charity as restaurants at The Wharf, located in Southwest DC, join the event for the first time on Wednesday, June 12.
Leave your wallet at home and dine in 30 top DC restaurants in one night. The restaurants dedicate themselves to Dine-N-Dash participants who can eat specialized dishes and drink heartily until they are ready to dash to another restaurant for four hours over one evening. While 30 restaurants await, Parklife DC has found its best to focus on a close nexus of five or six destinations. This year, six restaurants at The Wharf join the traditional assortment of restaurants in Penn Quarter and the 14th Street Corridor.
Dine-N-Dash will provide shuttle buses, courtesy of DoorDash, to transport diners in between all three participating neighborhoods. Catch them at the neighborhood hubs:
- Penn Quarter: Intersection of 8th and I Streets NW
- 14th Street: Intersection of 14th and Riggs Streets NW
- Wharf: In front of 800 Maine Avenue SW
Kwame Onwuachi, creator and executive chef of Kith/Kin at The Wharf
Antonia Lofaso, executive chef and owner of Black Market Liquor Bar in Studio City, California, Scopa Italian Roots in Venice, California, and DAMA in Los Angeles
General admission provides access to all participating Dine-N-Dash restaurants, including unlimited food and drink, from 6-10pm. VIP admission includes access to all participating Dine-N-Dash restaurants, VIP-only restaurants, VIP pre-reception presented by American Express, VIP after-party, and pedicab transportation throughout the night.
El Centro DF
Ice Cream Jubilee
Rappahannock Oyster Bar
Denson Liquor Bar
Flight Wine Bar
Special American Express Cardholder Access
Dine-N-Dash supports World Central Kitchen, a nonprofit organization founded by Chef José Andrés creating smart solutions to hunger and poverty in the areas of disaster relief, health, jobs and workforce development, and food security. Since its founding, WCK has served more than 10 million meals to survivors of natural disasters and other crises around the world. In addition to disaster response, WCK operates long-term programs in Puerto Rico, Haiti, Nicaragua, and other international locations, helping communities develop sustainable food systems.
Penn Quarter/14th Street/The Wharf
Wednesday, June 12
$150 GA/$400 VIP