WHW Web Honors Jordan’s 8 Restaurant with “DC’s Top Spot” Award and Raises Funds for Women Empowered Against Violence October 13 at Jordan’s 8, Capitol Hill
A diverse group of professionals and entrepreneurs will converge over eclectic grooves, cocktails, and complimentary sushi as WHW Web hosts “Sushi Social”: an evening of elegance, excellence and purpose, on Wednesday, October 13 from 7pm to 9pm at Jordan’s 8 Restaurant in Capitol Hill. Jordan Cappolla, restaurateur and owner of Jordan’s 8, will be presented with the coveted “DC’s Top Spot” crystal award for serving the finest sushi in the District.
In recognition of October as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, WHW Web is pleased to partner with WEAVE (Women Empowered Against Violence) to raise awareness and funding for domestic abuse victims. Staff members of WEAVE will be at the event to share information about the organization and its services.
Half of all ticket sales will benefit WEAVE. Additionally, when attendees order a “What’s Hot Washington Apple”, Jordan’s 8 will donate half of the proceeds from the cocktail to WEAVE.
“Sushi Social” is an invitation only event. Advance tickets may be purchased online for $20. Payment at the door is accepted ONLY with an RSVP. Due to limited space, online ticket purchase is recommended. http://sushisocial.eventbrite.com
About Jordan’s 8
Founded in 2007 by restaurateur Jordan Cappolla, Jordan’s 8 is a very sleek steakhouse and sushi restaurant located on Barracks Row in the heart of Capitol Hill. The establishment offers 2 floors, 2 bars, a private lounge area for medium to small gatherings PLUS a rooftop patio. Eight 50″ plasma TV’s mounted to pebbled walls, hardwood floors throughout and large custom framed mirrors will give you more reasons to relax and smile. Connect with Jordan’s 8 Restaurant at http://jordans8.com ; Facebook
WEAVE works closely with adult and teen survivors of relationship violence and abuse, providing an innovative range of legal, counseling, economic and educational services that leads survivors to utilize their inner and community resources, achieve safety for themselves and their children, and live empowered lives.
WEAVE officially opened its doors on September 22, 1997, and grew first as a legal service provider, adding full time case management and counseling programs in 1999 to achieve the founders’ vision of providing holistic services. Conncect with WEAVE at http://weaveincorp.org; Twitter http://twitter.com/Weave_DC; Facebook
Purchase tickets and/or RSVP for “Sushi Social” at http://sushisocial.eventbrite.com