Edible D.C. Magazine is organizing the fifth edition of its “Eat Drink Local” in partnership with the non-profit FRESHFARM on June 10, in an effort to support the local food industry of the Washington, D.C. metro area.
The event promises to bring you “the Capital Region’s best chefs, food crafters, beer, wine and liquor distillers who will be sampling amazing food and drink.”
If it sounds tempting, be at the Long View Gallery (1234 9th Street Northwest, Washington, D.C. 20001) Monday from 6:00 p.m. through 9:00 p.m.
Ticket price ranges from $75 to $125, with all inclusive tickets covering more than 15 drinks and more than 15 food servings. Limited VIP tickets provides access to the VIP experience and a VIP Gift Bag. Note that refunding is possible up to seven days ahead of the event.
It’s time to Eat Drink Local! Join us and @Edible_DC at @LongViewGallery on 6/10 to taste & sip local dishes from the region’s best chefs & food producers, featuring ingredients from Mid-Atlantic farmers. Tix are going quickly, get yours now! https://t.co/k4uOvFdIu0
— FRESHFARM (@FRESHFARMDC) May 31, 2019
Edible D.C. is a print magazine that is known for celebrating the local food culture of the Washington, D.C. metro area. It also grants yearly awards to the best of the DMV area. And FRESHFARM describes its mission as “promoting sustainable agriculture and improves food access and equity in the Mid-Atlantic Region.”
Local restaurants taking part in the event are as follows:
Compass Rose & Maydan, Doi Moi, Coconut Club, The Occidental, Early Mountain Vineyard, Stone Tower Winery, DBGB, GreenHat & Capitoline, Zaytinya, The Smith, One Eight Distilling, Troegs Brewing, Tenth Ward Distilling, Right Proper Brewing, Ploughman Cider, Don Ciccio & Figli, Seylou Bakery, Cheesemonster, Cowbell Kitchen, EatWell Restaurant Group, Coton & Rye, Walsh Family Wines, Republic Restoratives, Bluemont Vineyard, Tenth Ward Distilling, Le Musubi, Harrimans Grill, Espita Mezcal, O-Ku DC, Maximo Mezcal (VIP Experience Only), Columbia Room (VIP Experience Only).