Thursday, October 3, 2013

Open Kitchen Celebrates Anniversary with Slow Food Fundraiser

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Known for its contemporary American cuisine and their passion for making, eating, and sharing good food with their community, Open Kitchen celebrates their four-year anniversary by giving back to its community and partnering with local non-profit Slow Food, DC chapter.  On October 7, 2013, Open Kitchen will generously donate 50% of the night’s sales to support Slow Food DC’s The Ark of Taste Garden program.

Halibut
The Ark of Taste promotes the forgotten flavors of rare and regional foods that make up our country’s diverse cultural and culinary heritage. The DC Chapter will use the money donated to plant gardens at local public schools to raise awareness in the Northern Virginia community.

Salt Roasted Beet Salad
"We are grateful for the generosity of Open Kitchen’s owner and patrons," said Slow Food DC Co-chair, Kathryn Warner. "The community’s support is essential to our mission to celebrate local, seasonal, and sustainable food sources and preserve the culinary traditions of our region."

"I’ve always embraced Slow Food’s goal to counteract fast food and fast life," said Open Kitchen Bistro + Wine Bar owner, Hue-Chan Karles. "Their mission is an inspiration to our concept and style of cooking at Open Kitchen."

Fall menu
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Guests may dine Monday, October 7th from 5 pm to 10 pm in the bistro or attend Open Kitchen’s wine tasting with local Virginia winery Paradise Springs who will also give away a prizes in honor of the anniversary celebration and fundraiser. Reservations may be made online at www.openkitchen-dcmetro.com. Additional information for the wine club tasting may be found online under the Upcoming Events section.

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