Y’All the People: A Dinner Benefiting the ACLU
The restaurant industry depends on the dedication and work of immigrants, and thrives through the contributions of this diverse group.
On March 26th, more than 20 chefs and beverage professionals from all over North Carolina are gathering together to cook a meal in the spirit of unity and stand in support of our immigrant team members, family members, and guests.
Join us for this very special multi-course dinner, which will benefit the ACLU of North Carolina's important work to protect the constitutional rights of immigrants and all North Carolinians. Purchase your tickets here; seats are very limited.
Participating chefs and groups include:
- Ashley Christensen, AC Restaurants, Raleigh
- Andrew Ullom, AC Restaurants, Raleigh
- Aaron Vandemark, Panciuto, Hillsborough
- Gray Brooks, Pizzeria Toro and Littler, Durham
- Bill Smith, Crook’s Corner, Chapel Hill
- Vansana Nolintha, Bida Manda and Brewery Bhavana, Raleigh
- Angela Salamanca, Centro and Gallo Pelon, Raleigh
- Steven Greene, Heron’s at the Umstead, Cary
- Beth Littlejohn, Player’s Retreat, Raleigh
- Phoebe Lawless, Scratch Bakery, Durham
- Scott Crawford, Crawford & Son, Raleigh
- Elliott Moss, Buxton Hall BBQ, Asheville
- Cheetie Kumar, Garland, Raleigh
- Matt Kelly, Mateo Tapas, Durham
- Daniel Benjamin, lucettegrace, Raleigh
- Vivian Howard, The Chef & The Farmer, Kinston
- Joe Kindred, Kindred, Davidson
- Caroline Morrison, Fiction Kitchen, Raleigh
- Miguel Torres, Lantern, Chapel Hill
- Jeff Seizer, Royale, Raleigh
- Les Stewart, Trophy Brewing, Raleigh
- Nick Johnson, Ponysaurus Brewing, Durham
- Sean Lilly Wilson, Fullsteam Brewery, Durham
- Cathead Distillery
This event will include a multi-course, family style seated dinner (with cocktail, beer and wine pairing), followed by dessert and a small auction.
Due to the nature of this event, individual dietary restrictions cannot be accommodated. We apologize for any inconvenience.