Congratulations to this month’s Dream Grilled Cheese Winner, Rachel H.!
Her delicious recipe, “Elijah’s Fav” (named after her boyfriend), was the winning entry for January 2016.
“Elijah’s Favorite” is made with:
on Sourdough Bread
It will be available at GCDC for lunch and dinner the week of March 7 – March 14.
Rachel has chosen Friends of Homeless Animals for her charity. FOHA provides a safe haven and a permanent home for abused and abandoned animals. GCDC will donate $100 to them on behalf of Rachel H.
Think you have a winning combination? Fill out a comment card at dinner and you could be chosen next!
Congratulations to this month’s Dream Grilled Cheese winner, Jillian K.!
Her delicious recipe for “the Pesto Manifesto” featuring:
our House-made Pesto
will be featured the week of Monday, November 30 – Saturday, December 5.
Grilled Cheese DC will donate $100 to Children’s Hospital on behalf of Jillian. For more than 140 years, Children’s has been serving kids from our region, nation and around the world.
Think you have a winning combination? Dine with us in the evening and fill out a comment card. A new winner is picked every month.
The winner gets bragging rights about the contest, a free version of their creation, and Grilled Cheese DC donates $100 to Children’s Hospital (Children’s National Medical Center) in his or her name.
GCDC is creating an entirely gluten-free menu for one night only. Already known for offering gourmet grilled-cheese sandwiches on local bakery Goldilocks Goodies’ bread, the extended menu will also serve its popular lobster macaroni and cheese with gluten-free pasta and French-toast dessert grilled sandwiches. Cheese and charcuterie boards will be paired with gluten-free bread and crackers. The current menu includes Crispin Blackberry Pear Cider and Bold Rock Virginia Draft Cider, naturally gluten-free ciders.
Loaves of gluten-free sandwich bread from Goldilocks Goodies will also be available to purchase in time to make gluten-free stuffing for Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving French Toast or personal grilled cheese creations at home. Loaves may be pre-ordered by clicking HERE for $10/each or purchased at the restaurant the night of the event for $13/each.
Reservations can be made for parties of 6 or more by calling the restaurant at 202.393.GCDC (4232).
. . Madeline S. with THE APPLE OF MY EYE grilled cheese.
Thank you for your design, Madeline!
This winning combination of sharp cheddar, bacon and granny smith apple will be featured the week of October 19th during lunch and dinner.
Think you have a winning combination for the GCDC Dream Grilled Cheese contest? Every month GCDC picks a winner from customer submissions. Simply fill out a comment card in the restaurant and you could be picked next.
Winners will have their sandwich debut for a week at GCDC and have $100 donated to Children’s National Medical Center in their name.
GCDC’s newest Artist Exhibition Series will feature watercolors by Deborah Addison Coburn in her show “Details, Details” on display through December 5th. Join us to Meet the Artist on Tuesday, October 6 from 6-7:30 pm for a private reception of her opening and stay for a delicious gourmet grilled cheese.
Smile, Original Watercolor 20 x 24
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Deborah Addison Coburn is a painter, printmaker and collage artist in the Washington, DC area. She received a BFA in painting from Cornell University, where she studied with Gillian Pederson-Krag and May Stevens.
After post-graduate study in painting, graphic design and illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art, she worked as an advertising art director at Doner Advertising and Smith Burke & Azzam in Baltimore, MD, and at Tracy-Locke/BBDO in Dallas, TX.
Returning to painting, Ms. Coburn studied at the Corcoran School of Art with William Christenberry, Steven Cushner and William Willis. A member of Studio Gallery DC, her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Ms. Coburn’s work was included in McLean Project for the Arts’ prestigious juried show Strictly Painting VII in 2009, and in 2010, she was a Bethesda Painting Awards finalist.