When

Saturday, January 28

VIP

Time: 6:30 pm

General Admission

Time: 7:30 pm

Where

Newseum
555 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001

Ticket Options

VIP

$250

General Admission

$150

Sips celebrates the contribution that Washingtonians — both young and old, professional and student — make to feeding and supporting the city’s neediest. Chefs, artisans, mixologists gather for this lively cocktail reception and offer their signature dishes and craft cocktails. This festive night will include event founders and hosts Joan Nathan and Alice Waters and speakers from Martha’s Table and DC Central Kitchen. Join your community in changing lives and find sustainable solutions to poverty.

Special VIP Tickets

VIP ticket holders receive advanced entrance to the exclusive Sips VIP lounge along with one outstanding new cookbook from a participating chef who will be available to sign the cookbook. Past years’ chefs and  cookbooks have included April Bloomfield (A Girl and Her Greens), Sean Brock(Heritage), David Guas (Grill Nation), Steven Satterfield (Root to Leaf), Michael Solomonov (Zahav) and Sips & Suppers founder and host Alice Waters (My Pantry).

VIP guests will rub elbows with celebrated chefs and cookbook authors, and will enjoy a selection of delicious bites and beverages. In addition, the VIP lounge — located on the second floor of the Newseum — will remain open to VIP ticket holders throughout the evening providing a dedicated open bar and a variety of seating areas.

Tickets to Sips & Suppers are non-refundable as event proceeds support the vital work of DC Central Kitchen and Martha’s Table. $100 of each Sips ticket and $165 of each Sips VIP ticket is tax deductible. Sips tickets purchased on or after January 12th are $125 tax deductible.

 

Participating Artisans & Mixologists

Savor a special night in the city at Sips on January 28, 2017. From barbecue, bratwurst, and bakery sweets to charcuterie, cheese, and craft cocktails, come and sample signature flavors from DC’s rising stars and long-time favorite spots. Located in the Newseum and featuring a collection of Made in DC artisans, Sips brings together the chefs, craftsman, mixologists, spirits, and winemakers that are building the DMV into the food capital. Gather with fellow foodies to not only see what’s creating the latest culinary buzz but also to support the important work of DC Central Kitchen and Martha’s Table.

Some 2017 participants include: