From an email:
Get ready to break out your favorite chopsticks. To mark its fifth anniversary, The Source by Wolfgang Puck will join some of the city’s most respected chefs to host a special, one-night-only dinner. On Thursday, September 27th, fiery Szechuan noodles will tangle with their Japanese counterparts in a multi-course extravaganza encompassing the best of Asian cuisine in the District.
“We’re so fortunate to live in a city with great restaurants and a genuinely inclusive chef community and this dinner is our way of thanking our guests for their continued support,” says Executive Chef Scott Drewno. “We’re proud of what we’ve achieved at The Source over the last five years. This dinner is a great avenue for us to give guests a taste of something new, and spotlight chefs who have been instrumental in advancing the path of Asian cuisine in this city.”
From Taiwanese specialties to Szechuan dishes, guests will enjoy the celebrated Asian dishes of Chef Eric Bruner-Yang of Toki Underground, Chef Liu Chaosheng of Mala Tang, Chef Haidar Karoum of Proof and Estadio, Chefs Yesoon and Danny Lee of Mandu and Chef Kaz Okochi of Kaz Sushi Bistro. Chef Drewno will end the savory courses with a Szechuan-influenced noodle dish, and The Source’s Pastry Chef, Duane Copeland, will feature a fitting dessert for the evening.
The seven-course dinner will be priced at $100 per person (excluding tax and gratuity) The restaurant will also offer a wine pairing option for an additional $45 per person. The night will begin with a cocktail reception in lounge at The Source at 6:30 p.m. featuring local wines and beers as well as dim sum passed hors d’oeuvres designed by Chef Drewno and his team at The Source. Dinner will be served in the restaurant’s main dining room at 7 p.m.
The Source by Wolfgang Puck is located at 575 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW (entrance on 6th Street). For reservations or more information about this event, please call (202) 637-6100.
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