A Benefit for the People of Japan: Dinner & Auction at CityZen

On Monday, April 18, Washington D.C.’s celebrated CityZen restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental, in collaboration with the Asia Society and Washington Life Magazine, will be hosting a dinner fundraiser to support Relief International’s response efforts in Japan. The evening’s proceeds will provide direct support to earthquake and tsunami survivors.

The Evening’s Agenda – Monday, April 18

6 p.m. to 7 p.m.  Reception and silent auction
7 p.m. to  9 p.m. Live auction and food stations from CityZen partnering with our friends from Washington’s best Japanese restaurants.
Ticket Cost: $250 per person; 100% of ticket sales directly benefits Relief International’s aid efforts in Japan. Once purchased, tickets can be picked up at the entrance of the event.
Dinner Location:

CityZen Restaurant
Mandarin Oriental Hotel
1330 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20024

Buy Your Tickets Online

Tickets: @ $250 each
Delivery preference for tax-deductible receipt: Email Only     
For every $250 dinner ticket purchased, you will receive a $175 tax-deductible receipt. This accounts for an estimated $75 value of goods received.

Make An Additional Private Donation

If you are unable to attend – or would like to make an additional contribution above the ticket price – please make a donation here to help survivors in Japan:

Become a Corporate Sponsor

Become a corporate sponsor of the CityZen Dinner Benefit.




For additional details, please contact Jarad Slipp at CityZen at 202.787.6670.

About CityZen and Executive Chef Eric Ziebold
The evening benefit for Japan was inspired by CityZen’s Executive Chef Eric Ziebold who joins the ranks of James Beard Award Winners denoting ‘Best Chefs in America,’ one of only ten chefs to receive the prestigious honor in 2008. As he continues to demonstrate his rare talents and maintain an instinctive creativity, the numerous accolades are continually bestowed: Food & Wine Magazine voted CityZen Restaurant one of the ‘Hottest Restaurants in the World’, and Ziebold one of ‘America’s Best New Chefs.’