RAMMY’s “Carnevale da Cuisine”

Winner of the Power Spot – Carmine’s in Penn Quarter, D.C. RAMW president Lynne Breaux (RT) presents the award to Jeffrey Bank, CEO Alicart Restaurant Group (center)
Neshan H. Naltchayan
Winner of the Power Spot – Carmine’s in Penn Quarter, D.C. RAMW president Lynne Breaux (RT) presents the award to Jeffrey Bank, CEO Alicart Restaurant Group (center)

The Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington’s 29th annual gala took place June 26 at the Marriott Wardman Park. Masks were encouraged to reflect the theme of the D.C. restaurant scene as a veritable carnival feast. The event unites the entire restaurant industry for a fabulous evening that began with a reception featuring Virginia products followed by a 16-category awards ceremony. RAMW President Lynne Breaux and Gala Committee Chair Kristin Rohr of Guest Services, Inc. bid everyone welcome to “the best party of the year because you know how to party.” World renowned innovator José Andrés received the Duke Zeibert Capital Achievement Award. The ceremony culminated with the Chef of the Year Award bestowed upon Todd Gray of Equinox, who accepted alongside his beaming young son to a standing ovation. An overspill crowd proceeded to a resplendent feast that included the cuisines of Australia, Chile and Mexico before dancing the night away.

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