by Borderstan.com October 10, 2012 at 9:00 am 1,427 0

From Rachel Nania. Check out her blog, Sear, Simmer & Stir. Follow Nania on Twitter @rnania, email her at rachel[AT]borderstan.com


This fall’s Give Well Dine-Out event benefits DC Greens. (Image courtesy of EatWell DC)

On Monday, October 15, the District’s five EatWell DC restaurants will donate 15 percent of their dining (and drinking) proceeds to DC Greens, an organization that focuses on food and community in DC.

DC Greens connects District communities to healthy food by supporting school gardens in all eight Wards of the city and by managing food access initiatives so that low-income communities have access to fresh, healthy and local food. DC Greens also runs the DC Farm to School Network, deepening students’ connection to their food through experiential learning.

To help support DC Green’s community-wide efforts in health and sustainability, GiveWell DC, the charitable arm of EatWell DC, selected DC Greens for the October 15th Dine-Out event.

Four of Five Restaurants in Neighborhood

The five participating restaurants include Logan Tavern (1423 P Street NW), Commissary (1443 P Street NW), Grillfish (1200 New Hampshire Avenue NW), The Heights (3115 14th Street NW) and The Pig (1320 14th Street NW).

Dinner reservations for Logan Tavern, Commissary, Grillfish and The Heights can be made on Open Table. Make sure to note DC Greens in the “Special Requests” section of the online form. Please call (202) 290-2821 to make reservations for The Pig.

For more information, contact Andy Phan: aphan[AT]eatwelldc.com.

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by Borderstan.com December 13, 2011 at 9:21 am 1,288 0


Borderstan: News from Dupont-Logan-U Street

This Wednesday, December 14 (that’s tomorrow!), your everyday grocery shopping can benefit local farmers’ markets! The Logan Circle (1440 P Street NW) and Glover Park locations of Whole Foods will donate 5% of all sales that day to double food stamp and Women, Infants and Children (WIC) programs at the Bloomingdale, Mount Pleasant, NoMA and 14 & U Farmers Markets for the 2012 season.

These programs give low-income DC residents access to healthy and local fruits and vegetables. To find out more, head over to the DC Greens website.  Grab your reusable bags and head out to Whole Foods tomorrow to help make a difference!


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