Crossing Borders has worked with culinary leaders such as Genie Kwon from Oriole Restaurant, Chef Edward Kim from Mott St and restaurants such as Firefin Poke Shop, Honey Butter Fried Chicken, Kimski, Chicago Lunch Box, Ttowa, and E+O Food and Drink in prior events hosting over 400 attendees.

This year, Susanna Song, former reporter for CBS News, will be emceeing an even bigger event with food prepared by acclaimed Chef Will Song of bopNGrill joined by restaurants such as En Hakkore, Del Seoul, Dak Wings, and more!

Attendees can look forward to an evening of phenomenal food and music.

Ticket price includes your food as well as an open bar with beer and cocktails.

Dresscode is smart, casual attire.

Tickets are available through online pre-sale only.

All proceeds from ticket sales and donations will go directly to Crossing Borders to provide vital aid and support to North Korean refugees and their children in China.

The event’s festivities will be preceded by a short prayer for the North Korean refugees in Crossing Borders’ care.

More Info (External Link)
Posted 
August 23, 2020
 in 
Food

More from 

Food

View All

Join Our Newsletter and Get the Latest
and Greatest on Asian American Communities

Stay in the loop. No spam ever. Read our Privacy Policy
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.