WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 13, 2022) - Private Chef Week returns to Washington, D.C. from September 18 - September 24 for its fourth consecutive year.
Launched in 2019, this weeklong series brings together foodies, food entrepreneurs, restaurateurs, and private chefs to participate in culinary art programs and experiences.This event has featured judges, winners and competitors from national Food Network shows such as Martel Stone, Tiffany Lightfoot, JR Robinson, Jonthan Bardzik and Rock Harper. Guests have appeared on shows such as Chopped, Holiday Wars, and Hell’s Kitchen.
This year, Private Chef Week will continue to host informative conversations with top chefs through the signature Convos with Culinary Artists program in partnership with local restaurant groups as well as social events with a young and vibrant private chef community.
What’s been motivating for us every year is that we we’ve been embraced by all facets of the food community including restaurant owners and beverage groups which allows us to create more value and essentially more economic opportunities,” said LaWanda White, Founder of Private Chef Week.
Culinary Arts Month, which began in 2002, is a month-long celebration of the professional chefs who bring unique, innovative, and delicious dishes from their imagination to our tables. It honors the achievements of chefs from the past and inspires the next generation of culinary artists. In celebration of Culinary Arts Month, Private Chef Week is an innovative experience for culinary professionals, with a mission to help create better economic opportunities for culinary artists, improve access to important business resources, and build reliable relationships through technology by 2028.