Another year, another award season. You've go to admit these past twelve months we've had some pretty epic restaurants and culinary stars to grace DC, and as always the industry is on hand to throw accolades over the esteem group of food and beverage stars of our fair city. So without further ado we have the RAMMY nominees for 2015.Read More
For its third year, HRC's Chefs for Equality will take place on Tuesday, September 23, to raise funds and awareness in the fight for marriage equality, this year with focus on Virginia. The event has cemented itself as one of the best food and restaurant events on the calendar, and this year will be no exception. With over 100 participating chefs and restaurants and a dozen-plus mixologists, you'll be hard pressed not to find your favorite chef to fawn over.
The Ritz-Carlton West End will host the event once again, with organizer David Hagedorn at the helm. Chef tables for the event are still available, with 5-course meals from the likes of Mike Isabella, Vikram Sunderam and Jamie Leeds.
General admission tickets are $150, with after party passes at $50, again this year at Kapnos.
The Ritz-Carlton West End: 1150 22nd St, NW, Washington DC.
Sunday evening saw DC's restaurant world converge on the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington RAMMY Awards. It was a glamorous affair of Washington's restaurant elite, with food, drink and of course the awards. Now that the hangover is settling in (I'm looking at you Moet Chandon ice bar), thank you PTO day, let's discuss the awards, check them out below.Read More