DC’s Best Culinary Tour: Dine-N-Dash

IMG_0595DC’s best culinary tour is back! Mark your calendars for June 15, and buy your tickets for this year’s Dine-N-Dash – a fun filled night of food, cocktails, music, and friends where you can try up to 30 different top restaurants… all in one night!

Less than a month away from the main event, K Street Magazine snagged a sneak peak of what the big day is boasting. We started at Oyamel, and were able to sample small plates and pisco drinks, before walking over to DBGB, where we spent about 20 minutes salivating over savories before jumping on a party bus to Ghibellina, and ended our tour at Masa 14. At each of these amazing restaurants, we tried some of their best dishes and drinks, and got to meet and mingle with the chefs.FullSizeRender_21

Here’s how it works: Buy your ticket and choose which restaurant you’d like to start with; this is where you can pick up your wristband. Once you have that, you are able to eat and drink as much as you want before going to try any of the other 30 participating restaurants in town. From 6 -10 pm June 15, with a wristband, you will be able to walk into any restaurant, try 5-8 dishes and 4 drinks, and then dash to another one!

Inaugurated three years ago, this fundraiser for World Central Kitchen has grown from six participating restaurants to 30. This FullSizeRender_12year, it is expected to have over 3,000 guests. All proceeds continue to benefit World Central Kitchen, a non-profit with the mission to solve poverty and hunger around the world.

Tickets are $125 for general admission and $300 for VIP, where guests are able to go to check out exclusive (VIP only!) restaurants: DBGB, Cork, Proof, Soto, a pop up truck with Eric Lane, etc. and are invited to an afterparty at 9:00pm with Jose Andres and Eric Ripert, Erik Bruner-Yang and other celebrity chefs.

Make sure you buy your Dine-N-Dash tickets today! Our readers can use the code PREVIEW at checkout and receive $20 off any ticket! And be sure to use #DineNDash on your social media shares.

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