Monday, April 20, 2015

Dine-N-Dash with Chef José Andrés

Chef extraordinaire José Andrés

From our friends at World Central Kitchen...

Visit DC's Top Restaurants in One Night at the Third Annual Dine-N-Dash Restaurant Event Benefiting World Central Kitchen

On June 9, 2015, Chef José Andrés will host the third annual Dine-N-Dash event, where attendees will visit 17 of Washington D.C.’s top restaurants and food trucks in one evening. All proceeds from the event will benefit World Central Kitchen.

From 6 p.m. - 9 p.m., an estimated 2,500 event goers will stroll through the city’s Penn Quarter, enjoying specialty dishes, craft cocktails and live music at all participating restaurants including China Chilcano, Cuba Libre, Del Campo, Jaleo, OYA, Oyamel, Partisan, Ping Pong Dim Sum, Poste Brasserie, Proof, SEI, Zaytinya, and more. From 9 p.m. to 11 p.m., all guests are invited to join José Andrés at an after-party at Carnegie Library with desserts, live music and drinks.

“I am so excited to be hosting the third annual Dine-N-Dash!” said Chef José Andrés, “What’s better than enjoying the amazing Penn Quarter restaurants, all in one night, while helping the many around the world who need our support. This is one of our biggest fundraisers to support the work of World Central Kitchen, which finds solutions for hunger and poverty worldwide. I believe that food has the power to change the world, and I’m thrilled the people of D.C. continue to support this unbelievable event!”

General Admission tickets are $129 and include food and drinks at all participating restaurants and access to the after-party with José Andrés. VIP tickets are $299 and include food and drinks at participating restaurants including VIP-only areas and dishes, pedicab rides, and access to select VIP-only areas and premium desserts and cocktails at the after party.

Tickets are available exclusively through LivingSocial. For more information about the event, visit

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 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 to learn more.