From a press release:
“Belly Full is A Sandwich Pop-Up for a cause. This Thursday (9/2) – Sunday, (9/5) Grazie Grazie (85 District Square SW) will be hosting a sandwich pop-up with 100% of all proceeds going directly to benefit Afghan refugee families through Kind Works. BELLY FULL @ Grazie Grazie will feature a different, limited time only sandwich from Chef Michael Rafidi of Albi, Chefs Gerald Addison and Chris Morgan of Bammy’s, Chefs Danny Lee & Scott Drewno of CHIKO and Casey Patten of Grazie Grazie. All sandwiches will be $14.00 and 100% of all money raised will go directly to purchasing essential items for Afghan refugees who have relocated to the DMV.
Sandwiches will be available in-store and on Doordash/Caviar.
This Thursday, September 2nd – Sunday, September 5th
Created by Chef Michael Rafidi of Albi
smoked lamb / garlic toum + habibi sauce + batata harra + feta + seeded roll
Created by Chefs Gerald Addison and Chris Morgan of Bammy’s,
Jerk chicken sausage, allspice mayo, cole slaw, jerk BBQ, seeded roll
SATURDAY: Grazie Grazie
Created by Casey Patten of Grazie Grazie
Super blend beef, spicy vodka sauce aioli, ezzo pepperoni, mozzarella, provolone, calabrian hot hot honey, basil, toasted brioche
“CHIKO chicken roll”
Created by Chefs Danny Lee & Scott Drewno of CHIKO
Gochujang marinated chicken, sesame slaw, pickled daikon, seeded roll”
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