Come out for a fun night of good food & drink, bingo like you’ve never seen it (seriously, it’s not what you think!), and behind-the-scenes stories from one of DC’s most popular bartenders. You’ll hear and learn things you didn’t even know you wanted to know. Plus, if you’ve been itching to make your restaurant excursions a little more rabble-rousing, we’ve got just the thing for you — but you’ll need to come to find out.
Souls in the Center members will join members of the All Souls Unitarian occasional book club in a field trip to attend this event after the recent book club discussion at the church of "Behind the Kitchen Door," by Saru Jayaraman and Eric Schlosser.
EatUps are gatherings of awesome people, breaking bread with one another at “High Road” restaurants that provide better wages and benefits to their staff. At each EatUp, diners hear entertaining stories from restaurant workers and hang out with other cool folks who like to eat good food with a bit of rabble rousing. It’s a party with a cause.
Video and petition:
About the recent victory for restaurant workers at Meridian Pint:
This is the Busboys and Poets location at 5th & K, three blocks southwest of Mt. Vernon Square metro (Green/Yellow) or five blocks northwest of Gallery Place (Red/Green/Yellow).
Purchase tickets in advance here for $16.82 (includes a drink):