April 22nd, 2013 • No Comments
Taste of the Nation is Always a Great Foodie Evening..
I attended the 2013 Taste of the Nation at the National Building Museum and had a chance to catch up with many chefs and mixologists that I hadn’t seen in some time – well considering all the events in the Spring..I pretty much had seen most of them within a week or so! Seriously, these mega-chef events showcase culinary talent in a different setting from the traditional restaurant roll. Successfully serving small plates to 2,000+ people outside of your restaurant shows a talent for both intelligent food production and maximum PR for your establishment – you have to be good..
Taste of the Nation 2013 – so many great chefs and restaurants – see below. Wonderful mix, check out the Gelato made with Limoncello, the lamb’s tongue, the great sliders and Adam Bernbach mixing it up..
Monday April 8
7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
National Building Museum 401 F St., NW
Washington DC 20001
Join Us for Taste of the Nation 2013!
Taste of the Nation DC brings together the city’s best chefs, restaurants and mixologists who lend their time and talent to help raise the critical funds necessary to help ensure no kid goes hungry. This year’s event will be held at on Monday, April 8, 2013 at the National Building Museum. Culinary council members include Victor Albisu of Del Campo & Taco Bamba, Scott Drewno of The Source, Mike Isabella of Graffiato, Bandolero, & Kapnos, Nicholas Stefanelli of Bibiana and Bryan Voltaggio of Family Meal, Range, & Volt. Additionally, Gina Chersevani of Hank’s on the Hill and Union Market will serve as the mixology chair.
2013 Chef Council
Bryan Voltaggio – VOLT | Lunchbox | Range
Nicholas Stefanelli – Bibiana
Scott Drewno – The Source
Mike Isabella – Graffiato | Bandolero
Victor Albisu – Taco Bamba | Del Campo
2013 Sommelier Chair
Nadine Brown – Charlie Palmer Steak
2013 Mixology Chair
Gina Chersevani – Buffalo & Bergen
2013 Participating Restaurants
To learn more about becoming involved with Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation DC or receive additional information about future events by emailing [email protected]
Taste of the Nation Washington DC promotes awareness of the critical issue of childhood hunger and Share Our Strength’s solutions to it. More than 16 million children in America struggle with hunger. Since 1988, Taste of the Nation has raised more than $86 million for organizations in the United States, Canada and abroad, including more than $1.8 million in Washington, DC. Local beneficiaries are Capital Area Food Bank, DC Hunger Solutions and Mary’s Center, as well as Share Our Strength’s national No Kid Hungry campaign.