Sunday Supper 2021

creating places that breed a culture of togetherness

"We believe in creating places that breed a culture of togetherness and human familiarity, where people are naturally inspired to gather and communicate. Few experiences capture the warmth and authenticity of cohesive communities than the cultivation, preparation and sharing of a delicious family-style meal."
- Jodie W. McLean

Rooted in community, Sunday Supper has long celebrated the value of human connection found around the table. After a year away, we are thrilled to welcome you once again to take a seat at the table with us to celebrate the chefs, artisans, civic leaders and community advocates who are shaping our food-ways and championing our small businesses.

Participating Chefs

Cocktail Chefs
Wines Curated by Grand Cata
Gina Chersevani – Buffalo & Bergen
Iris Jimenez – La Casita Pupuseria
Daniella Senior & Mario Monte – Colada Shop
Katarina Petonito – The Duck & The Peach
Andra Johnson & Daniella Senior – Serenata
Juan Manuel Barrientos Valencia – Elcielo

Featured Chefs
Marcelle Afram – Shababi Chicken
Johanna Hellrigl
Fiona Lewis – District Fishwife
Jamie Leeds – Hank’s Oyster Bar
Tim Ma – Lucky Danger
Kevin Tien – Moon Rabbit

Dessert Chefs
Anabella Arcay – Arcay Chocolates
Daniel and Jessica Burdge – The Creamery
Violeta Edelman – Dolcezza
Jodi Lehr – Santa Lucia Coffee
Joy Razo – Dauphine’s
Camila Arango and Tom Wellings – Pluma Bakery

Now in its 10th year, Sunday Supper has – through the support of this generous community – been able to initiate and establish the Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Program in partnership with the James Beard Foundation. The program continues to evolve and further empower women’s leadership in a rebuilding restaurant industry.

Sunday Supper

Sunday, September 12th, 2021
DOCK5 | 1309 5th Street NE

Casual Cocktail Attire


To ensure the health and safety of our guests and staff, all Sunday Supper attendees will be required to show their COVID-19 vaccination card or a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of the event. Under DC COVID-19 regulations, masks are required while indoors, except while eating and drinking.