Chef José Andrés & Friends Present Dine-N-Dash 2017, DC

Chef José Andrés & Friends Present Dine-N-Dash: A Culinary Tour of Washington, D.C. on June 7, 2017 | Photo: Eric Cuevas for Average Socialite

When: Wednesday, June 7, 2017 @ 6-10PM

Hot Spot: Penn Quarter & 14th Street, Washington, DC

Deets: Leave your wallet at home and dine in 30 top DC restaurants in one night. We shut down some of DC’s best restaurants for you to enjoy the chef’s favorite dishes and drinks. Eat and drink at your starting restaurant and choose your next stop. It’s up to you.

Dine-N-Dash will take place on June 7 from 6-10pm. This year, over 30 restaurants are expected to participate, a huge increase from the six that took part in the event’s first year. Originally located in Penn Quarter, the Charles Schwab-sponsored event is now split evenly between the original neighborhood and the busy 14th Street corridor. Guests select a starting restaurant when they buy a ticket, and from there progress from establishment to establishment at their whim, with each offering a selection of 6-8 dishes and 4-6 drinks. There will be live music at many of the participating restaurants, and a selection of the city’s finest food trucks will ensure that even trips between restaurants will be delicious.

All proceeds benefit World Central Kitchen.

About World Central Kitchen

World Central Kitchen is an international organization that focuses on smart solutions to hunger and poverty founded by world-renowned chef José Andrés. World Central Kitchen uses the expertise of its global Chef Network to empower people to be part of the solution, with a focus on health, education, and jobs. World Central Kitchen’s initiatives include working with local partners on building school kitchens, teaching food safety and sanitation, upgrading schools to cleaner cooking, and teaching the next generation of chefs at WCK’s Culinary School in Haiti. The Chef Network calls on chefs from around the world to help with curriculum building, kitchen design and hands-on professional development. 

Participating Restaurants To-Date Include: Bantam King, China Chilcano, Del Campo, Denson, Graffiato, Jaleo o MGM National Harbor Pop-up with Fish by José Andrés and Voltaggio Brothers Steakhouse, Oyamel, Pepe (food truck), Proof, Rocklands (food truck), SEI, Zaytinya, 14th Street, Black Jack , B Too, Colada Shop, Dangerously Delicious Pies (food truck), Dirty South (food truck), Doi Moi, Estadio, Ghibellina, Lupo Verde, Pearl Dive, Policy, Sotto, T Street Block Party with Taqueria Nacional, Colada Shop and Ice Cream Jubilee

Hint For The Average Socialite: General Admission tickets: $125, VIP tickets: $400. 


VIP ticketholders will be invited to the VIP–only pre-party pop-up sponsored by MGM National Harbor that brings Andrés’s FISH and the Voltaggio Brothers Steakhouse to Penn Quarter at a soon-to-be disclosed location. The pre-party will be hosted by Andrés and attended by celebrity chefs, including Andrew Zimmern and Ted Allen. The pop-up space will open to the public at 7PM. 

Read about last year's Dine-N-Dash!

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