The Dish: CityZen Benefit for Japan

by Editorial

Executive Chef Eric Ziebold of CityZen Restaurant joins forces with leading D.C. Japanese restaurants to raise funds for Japan disaster relief.

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CityZen Dining Room Courtesy of Mandarin Oriental Hotel Photo Gallery

KAZ Sushi Bistro, Sushi Taro, Kushi, Sei Sushi, and Matuba Will All Lend Their Talented Chefs for Fundraiser to Benefit Relief International

WHAT: A culinary tour de force hosted by Chef Eric Ziebold and CityZen Restaurant, including the talented chefs from KAZ Sushi Bistro, Sushi Taro, Kushi, Sei Sushi, and Matuba respectively, will come together in support of Relief International’s Japanese Disaster efforts.  The event will also receive support and sponsorship from Washington Life Magazine and the Asia Society of Washington, D.C. The evening will include both a silent and live auction with one-of-a-kind lots such as a private dinner for 10 prepared, in-home by Chef Ziebold and his long time Japanese Sous Chef Makoto.

WHEN:      Monday, April 18, 2011
6 – 7 p.m.      Reception and silent auction
7 – 9 p.m.       Live auction and food station displays from CityZen and the city’s celebrated Japanese restaurants
WHERE: CityZen (at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.)
1330 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C.
(Valet parking provided)
COST: USD 250 per person, 100 percent of the proceeds from ticket sales to benefit Relief International for their Japanese disaster relief efforts.

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