Wednesday, July 15, 2015

DCity Smokehouse Partners with Mess Hall for "Barbecue World" August 2nd

From our friends at DCity Smokehouse...

DCity Smokehouse Partners with Mess Hall for "Barbecue World" Sunday, August 2nd

Pitmaster Rob Sonderman and the DCity Smokehouse team are halting operations at 8 Florida Avenue, NW for just one day as they partner with Mess Hall for Barbecue World, an all-inclusive mid-summer soiree. This highly anticipated summertime celebration will highlight DC’s best BBQ professionals, brews, music, specialty cocktails, and most importantly - food. Unlimited food.

In addition to the DCity Smokehouse team, BBQ World will also showcase Joe Neuman from Sloppy Mama's. Not only can guests expect ribs, brisket and DCity's beloved half-smokes and dozens of yummy sides, attended will also be treated Logan's sausages, brews from kegs of DC Brau, games, and contests in an indoor-outdoor interactive event. Westray's Finest Ice Cream will rollout their brand new ice cream truck to help keep party goers cool. Westray's has linked up with One Eight Distilling and Tory Pratt of True Tonics to create booze milkshakes.

In true DC fashion, the BBQ party highlight some of the most popular and renowned brands around DC, but it's also for a great cause. Mess Hall will donate a percentage of ticket sales to Miriam's Kitchen.

About DCity Smokehouse:
While small in size, DCity Smokehouse restaurant is big in flavor! The current location in Truxton Circle (8 Florida Avenue, NW) first opened in October 2013 and quickly became known for serving up "DC style BBQ" cuisine and has received much attention and numerous awards for everything from their ribs to the popular half-smokes, the Meaty Palmer sandwich (voted best sandwich in town) and their delicious sides like the crispy brussels sprouts and green chile cheddar grits. DCity Smokehouse  is looking to expand later this year with their new full-service restaurant DCity Smokehouse Taphouse in the Bloomingdale neighborhood.

About Mess Hall:
Mess Hall is a unique culinary incubator, born out of a 10,000 square foot warehouse and a need for commercial kitchen space in the city. Shared by food professionals who come together to cook share and collaborate, Mess Hall also houses premium event space with an open demonstration kitchen. The space is often used for pop-up restaurant concepts or other events that revolve around local food concepts. Mess Hall also provides exclusive resources, support, and innovative programs to help pave a path to success for its Members. The facility is located at 703 Edgewood Street, NE, in the historic Edgewood section of Washington, DC - and a 10 minute walk from either Brookland or Rhode Island Avenue Metro Stations.

Mess Hall
703 Edgewood Street, NE
Washington, DC 20017

Sunday, August 2nd, 2-5 PM

*We do not expect to have tickets at the door, as this is likely to sell out