#DineForTheWorld for World Food Day, USA

Photo: World Central Kitchen
Affair: José Andrés and 100 top restaurants want you to #DineForTheWorld for World Food Day 

When: Friday, October 14, 2016

Deets: On Friday, October 14, 2016, over 100 restaurants will donate 10% of sales for World Food Day to support Chef José Andrés’ nonprofit, World Central Kitchen.

Restaurants from Washington, DC, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and more have joined World Food Day with World Central Kitchen. Find restaurants in the participating cities on World Central Kitchen’s website at https://www.worldcentralkitchen.org/world-food-day/

Participating chefs include José Andrés, Mario Batali, Daniel Boulud, Carla Hall, Stephanie Izard, Emeril Lagasse, Ludo Lefebvre, Tim Love, Michael Mina, Aarón Sánchez, Ming Tsai, Bryan Voltaggio, Alice Waters, and more. 

“World Central Kitchen is a chef-driven organization that uses the culinary expertise of our Chef Network to implement our mission of using the power of food to empower communities and strengthen economies,” said Brian MacNair, World Central Kitchen’s Executive Director. “World Food Day is a perfect example of how chefs can use the power of food to change the world. The proceeds from these restaurants will benefit our smart solutions to hunger and poverty.”

World Food Day is proudly sponsored by the restaurant reservation app, RESY, and the chef-driven restaurant recommendation website, ChefsFeed. As the leading chef-powered non-profit, World Central Kitchen is working together with ChefsFeed, the only chef-powered media, to curate three top city guides for World Food Day. Guides will be launched for New York, Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles in early October. World Central Kitchen chose these partners for their reputation of providing a great user experience for chefs, restaurants, and diners.

About World Central Kitchen


World-renowned chef José Andrés, brings his passion for the power of food to World Central Kitchen, an action-based non-profit organization finding smart solutions to hunger and poverty. Today, WCK is hard at work in Haiti, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Zambia, empowering the people to be part of the solution - with a focus on smart school kitchens, clean cook stoves, job training, and job creation. Visit www.worldcentralkitchen.org to learn more. 

Hint For The Average Socialite: Find restaurants in the participating cities on World Central Kitchen’s website at https://www.worldcentralkitchen.org/world-food-day/

Diners are encouraged to post about World Food Day with World Central Kitchen using the hashtag #DineForTheWorld.

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