Tuesday night, Del Campo opened up its doors to celebrate a fantastic first year. Professional tango dancers swept the floor as VIP guests were invited to taste a variety of Chef Victor Albisu‘s most popular dishes and cocktails over the past year.
The aura of sizzling smoked meat and Latin music filled the air with South American flare. Each corner of the open space had a unique dish featured – whether it was meats, raw dishes, Smoked Wagyu Steak Tartare or the Grilled Octopus – all had the perfect touch of char. The Tuna Ceviche, as always, was world class, and a variety of high-end cocktails was seemingly endless. We recommend trying the Caipirinha Del Campo cocktail – it’s Del Campo in a glass: smoked under open flame, hearty and invigorating.
A portion of the proceeds from the night went to La Cocina VA – an organization that creates opportunities using food as an agent of social and economic change, through feeding, educating and empowering the minds of the community.