An Evening with the Inn at Little Washington

An Evening with the Inn at Little Washington


For 40 years, The Inn at Little Washington has transformed the culinary landscape in the United States, leading a movement for delicious and innovative food that has influenced cuisine around the globe. In awarding the restaurant its highest accolade of three stars, the 2019 Michelin Guide declared that the Inn at Little Washington was “worth a special journey.”

For one night only, you can experience the flavors of the Inn at Little Washington… without the journey to the Shenandoah countryside.

An Evening with The Inn at Little Washington benefits Real Food for Kids’ work to improve the quality of school food in the DC region. The Inn believes that every child has the right to wholesome, nourishing food that will allow them to grow up healthy and reach their full potential.

An Evening with The Inn at Little Washington is limited to just 25 guests. Secure your tickets before they’re gone!

Event Details

Date: September 18, 2019
Time: 6:00-8:00pm
Fare: Tastings of The Inn at Little Washington’s Michelin 3-star cuisine, wine pairings
Attire: Cocktail
Hosts: Marc Zwillinger, Kirsten Chadwick, Aviva Goldfarb
Location: Private home in Bethesda, Maryland. Address will be provided to registered guests.
Donation: $250/person.*
Register: Secure your tickets and register online today!

* Estimated fair market value of this event is $125; balance is tax deductible.

About the Inn at Little Washington

Since its founding in 1978, the Inn at Little Washington has been revered as one of the best restaurants in the world. The 2019 Michelin Guide awarded The Inn at Little Washington its highest accolade of three stars, reserved for “exceptional cuisine that is worth a special journey.” Founder and Executive Chef Patrick O’Connell was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award from the James Beard Foundation in May 2019.

About Real Food for Kids

Since 2010, Real Food for Kids has worked to fight hunger and obesity through nutrition education and advocacy for healthy school food in the National Capital Region. Real Food for Kids’ advocacy transformed school food in Fairfax County, VA, including the installation of salad bars in 141 elementary schools and recognition by Former First Lady Michelle Obama at a White House event on child nutrition. Real Food for Kids is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.