If you’ve ever attended Chop Bar, then you know what a wholesome experience it is.
The event name is coined from a West African phrase that refers to small makeshift restaurants that house a confluence of food and music lovers. The uncompromisingly good food, the tasty choice of music and the infectious positive vibes will leave you longing for the next one even before the end of this one that takes place on Sunday, July 30, 2017.
This year’s edition of Chop Bar will feature a tasting menu courtesy of Chef Jerome Grant. He is executive chef at Sweet Home Cafe which is located National Museum of African American History & Culture. Attendees will experience Chef Jerome Grant’s tasty menu of multiple courses, including bar snacks, coconut yogurt parfait, smoked Chesapeake Blue Catfish, Lamb Roti, and Cassava Cake.
The event will run from 1pm to 4pm with an open bar in the first hour.
There’s something magical that happens when people gather to enjoy good food as the DJ spins some timeless hits. Chop Bar promises this and more in a delicious experience that will include interesting giveaways for some lucky attendees.
Eat, drink and dance through this Sunday afternoon of fun and positive vibes.
Ivy City – Big Chief
Fenwick St NE,
Washington, DC 20002
Event Date & Hours:
Sunday, July 30, 2017
Hours: 1pm to 4pm
Early Bird: Sales ended
General Admission: $45
About Chef Jerome Grant
Chef Jerome Grant is a graduate of Pennsylvania Culinary Institute in Pittsburgh, PA. His culinary career has taken him around the world including the Virgin Islands where he was awarded Best New Chef in St. Croix. He continued his rise as a sought-after chef upon his return to Washington DC where he became the executive chef at Mitsitam Native Foods Café at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.
Grant’s restaurant Sweet Home Café was a 2017 James Beard nominee for Best News restaurant. It is located in the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture.