Who says you can't dine in style while standing up for equality? The third annual Chefs for Equality Dinner is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Sept. 23 at the Ritz-Carlton in D.C.
The event, hosted by the Human Rights Campaign, features top chefs and mixologists from Virginia and Maryland.
The Human Rights Campaign is offering a unique opportunity during this year's dinner. Ten tables of eight will dine right in the middle of action of superstar duos, who will offer guests 5-course meals with fabulous wine pairings.
Richmond's very own chef Jason Alley of Comfort and Pasture will be teaming up with chef David Guas of Bayou Bakery. Also, OutRVA supporter Belle Isle Craft Spirits will be on-site serving up signature cocktails with their premium moonshine.
For more information on their table at the event or to purchase a table, visit the website here.