WHAT: Park Hyatt Washington will host Park Hyatt Masters of Food & Wine, a seasonal culinary experience on Sunday, June 24, saluting the ingredients, flavors, and talents of local chefs, and regional artisans and producers. This special gastronomic Park Hyatt Masters event will feature a farm-fresh breakfast, educational cooking demonstration, highlighting the season’s best ingredients, and walking tour of the famed Dupont Circle FRESHFARM Market.
WHERE: Park Hyatt Washington & Blue Duck Tavern
1201 24th Street, NW (corner of 24th and M Streets, NW)
Washington, DC 20037
WHEN: June 24, 2012
HOW: Reservations may be made by emailing
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• Harvest Breakfast and Market are 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Celebrate the start of summer with an early morning harvest breakfast on Blue Duck Tavern’s spacious outdoor terrace, surrounded by a bountiful herb garden. Gathered around the restaurant’s communal wood table, participants will enjoy an assortment of regional ingredients such as hand-harvested Amish eggs from Path Valley in Pennsylvania; dairy products from Trickling Springs Creamery, a Mennonite Source in Pennsylvania; and artisan cheese from Everona Dairy in Virginia. Additionally, guests will be treated to Executive Chef Sebastien Archambault & Chef de Cuisine John Melfi’s new arrivals on the breakfast menu, including Short Rib Hash and Horseradish Sauce; and Fried Chicken Liver with Poached Eggs, Grits and Sweet Pepper Relish.
After breakfast, the group will walk a few blocks to the bustling Dupont Circle FRESHFARM Market to watch Chefs Sebastien & John create a Chilled Cucumber and Crab Meat Soup; and Heirloom Tomato Tartar using farm-fresh goat cheese and basil sorbet, sourced directly from the Market. Following the Chef at Market demo, Bernie Prince, co-founder of FRESHFARM Markets will lead the group on a tour of the Dupont Circle Market, providing guests with the opportunity to interact with the local artisans and to purchase locally-produce vegetables, fruit, baked bread and seafood.
Tickets are priced at $55 per person, all inclusive.