Arcadia Farm Dinner Featuring a Preview of Tony Chittum's Iron Gate: Sunday, May 19th
The price of dinner is $120 and includes wine pairings, tax, and gratuity. All proceeds benefit the Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food and Agriculture.
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About Iron Gate:
Guests of the Arcadia Spring Farm Dinner will experience an advance taste of Iron Gate, the landmark restaurant Tony Chittum will revitalize and reopen later this year in Dupont Circle. Before its recent hiatus, it was the oldest continuously operating restaurant in Washington, DC, having first opened its doors in 1923. The Iron Gate restaurant will encompass three distinct areas: a sixty-foot-long archway that forms the entry to the space and will also serve as a dining and bar area; an intimate indoor space with a large fireplace located in what was originally a stable in the 1800s; and a large courtyard overhung by grapevines and a century-old wisteria vine.
About the Chef:
Chef Chittum, who has earned accolades at Alexandria's Vermilion and DC's Notte Bianche, has earned a reputation not only for his cooking but for his commitment to sourcing the very best locally grown and produced products from an ever expanding network of farmers, fishermen, and artisans. At the Iron Gate, he will maintain this commitment to the best of the region as he reinterprets the classic cooking traditions and techniques of Southern Italy and Greece, eschewing imported products in favor of local alternatives whenever possible.
About 550 Events and Catering:
The Arcadia Farm Dinner will be produced by 550 Events and Catering. From traditional old world elegance to chic and modern minimalism, Five-fifty Event’s team of culinary professionals and event designers stand ready to create a reception reflecting your style and personality. Not only can we assist with designing the food, beverage, rentals, and décor portions of your reception, but we partner with the best and most reputable photographers, florists, musicians, and other wedding specific vendors in the DC region.