The goal of this dinner is to make a small difference for our neighbors in the Bahamas who took the brunt of Hurricane Dorian last month. All proceeds from the dinner will be donated to World Central Kitchen, a nonprofit organization founded by José Andres that uses the power of food to strengthen communities through times of crisis. They have been in the Bahamas providing hot, nutritious meals to survivors of Hurricane Dorian since September 3, serving up to 30,000 meals a day – and they’re still cooking. To learn more, visit wck.org.
All Chefs are generously donating their time and ingredients for the cause, and each will be cooking up one course inspired by ingredients from the farm. Here’s the lineup:
- Chef Carlos Garcia of Obra Kitchen Table
- Chef Karla Hoyos of Bazaar by José Andres
- Chef Pushkar Marathe of Stage, Ghee
- Chef Raheem Sealey of KYU
- Chef Santiago Gomez of Cantina la Veinte, Tacology
You can also look forward to a welcome cocktail donated by KYU, beer by Estrella Damm and wine pairings donated by our friends at the Wine Watch. Promotional assistance has generously been provided by Bonito Whale and Recipes for Change.
The menu will be vegetable-centric, but not vegetarian. No substitutions possible. Doors open at 6:30, rain or shine. Street parking available. Restroom facility on-site (not-ADA accessible). Please drink responsibly!