Sips and Suppers event returns to D.C. to excite, raise charitable funds

The Sips and Suppers event returns this year to D.C. to benefit Central Kitchen and Martha’s Table Saturday and Sunday, January 27-28, 2018. Chefs José Andrés, Joan Nathan & Alice Waters are presenting the 2018 Sips and Suppers 2018 in style. Proceeds from the exciting cocktail and culinary evenings, which feature and spotlight leading artisans and mixologists preparing signature dishes and drinks help the work of these charitable organizations.

Catch the Sips event January 27 at 7:30 p.m., with VIP admittance scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Newseum at 555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.,Washington, D.C. General admission tickets are priced at $150 and VIP admission is $250.

Several food and drink wizards at their craft will be on display and the event will feature barbecue, bratwurst, and bakery sweets, in addition to charcuterie, cheese, and craft cocktails from local, fave drink and dining spots, suppliers and sponsors:

  • Boxwood Winery,
  • Bresca,
  • Brookland’s Finest,
  • Circa,
  • Coconut Club,
  • Congressional Seafood,
  • Damascene Catering,
  • Declaration,
  • District Winery,
  • El Techo,
  • Firefly Farms,
  • Gordon Biersch,
  • Jos. A. Magnus & Co.,
  • Lifeway,
  • Lincoln,
  • Mountain Valley Spring Water,
  • Paper Horse,
  • Picnic Spreads,
  • Quill,
  • Radiator,
  • Rappahannock River Oysters,
  • Shilling Canning Company,
  • Sweetdele’s Sweet Treats,
  • Taqueria del Barrio,
  • Teddy & The Bully Bar,
  • TFG,
  • The Source,
  • Tiger Fork,
  • Toki Underground,
  • The Chef’s Garden,
  • Whole Foods Market, and more.

The Suppers event takes place Sunday, January 28, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. in over 35 homes in the Metro D.C. area. Tickets are $650 per person and “Make a Weekend of it” tickets are $750 per person for both VIP Sips & Suppers. To get more information, check out and for tickets click here.

D.C. Central Kitchen realizes food-based social empowerment through effective programs that include career training, job creation, and sustainable business practices to strengthen local food systems and reduce disparities in health and economic opportunity.

Martha’s Table is an organization that increases access to quality education, healthy food, and family support systems in D.C. Martha’s Table’s Healthy Eating program runs more than 35 free, pop-up grocery markets across the Nation’s Capital. The Healthy Start and Healthy Connections programs that are operated by Martha’s Table raise the bar on early childhood education and older youth programming.

Photo credit: Sips and Suppers Facebook

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