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Weave A Thousand Flavors Supper Club

(where some days we brunch...)


2019 is off to a great start with an unforgettable April supper at LAPIS D.C. I think we'll be talking about that one for a while!


And with warm weather here we can't wait to continue to explore vibrant D.C. food scene. So for our May supper club event, it's time for our first Sunday Brunch of 2019.


We're heading to DC’s Shaw neighborhood (I know what you're thinking - we seem to go there a lot!) but it's where some of the most innovative upcoming Chefs and vibrant cuisines are found.  And our brunch venue, HAZEL is no different.


Chef Robert Curtis is one to watch. He's only recently taken over the helm at Hazel, completely turning the trajectory of its culinary offerings around. I like to think of his cuisine as New American Fare - combining flavors from France, Turkey and the Mediterranean all on one plate.


Take this dish, that we'll be served at brunch, tahini coffee cake, foie gras mousse, sea salt. The last time I had such a palimpsest of flavors, I was sitting canalside at the street food market in Copenhagen. And it is such a fusion of flavors that is the hallmark of Chef Curtis' cuisine - One minute you're taking a bite of his falafels made with falafel beans and quinoa (whaaatt!) and the next minute, Israeli Shakshuka makes an appearance, Blink and a plate of All American, spicy pork hash, potatoes, sunny side egg awaits your fork.


Dig a little and you learn that Chef Curtis apprenticed for some time at the world-class Noma in Copenhagen.


I'll leave you to think about that. Because if you do, you'll realize that at this brunch, the food will definitely hold our attention.


"Early meals under chef Curtis’s watch make me want to know more about the young man behind so many impressive dishes”


Tom Sietsema

The Washington Post 

As we graze over delicious eats bursting with fresh flavors, some known and some new, let's toast over some classic cocktails or a glass of beer, and enjoy a leisurely Sunday afternoon around the table, passing food-laden dishes around the table while once again, sharing new stories and continuing old ones.


I hope you'll join our table!




Sip & Sup Sunday Brunch









Michelin Guide 2019 Bib Gourmande

100 Very Best Restaurants 2019 WASHINGTONIAN


Be one of only 12 persons to join us


May 5. 2019 | Sunday

12:00 pm- 2:00 pm


(just across the street from the 9:30 Club)



A feast of 10 signature brunch dishes


A Chef Speciality made especially for our brunch;

Dry Aged Rohan  Roasted Duck, spiced carrot braised lentils, duck roulade


Choice of Cocktail or 4-Craft Beers tastings

Tea or coffee 


All taxes & gratuities

USD 120 | all-inclusive



Upon arrival, be seated at our supper table in the Solarium. As we get comfortable and await the arrival of all our guests, get comfortable, relax and soak in the sights and sounds of this dynamic restaurant. Share conversations with new & old found friends and feel your cares slip away as you relax over good food and wine.


Family style dishes featuring the Chefs signature brunch creations, meant to be shared around the table will be served. These small plate creations showcase the most innovative creations and influences from all over the world - French, Turkish, Mediterranean and Israeli, It's like eating the world on a plate! if you're picky, no worries, just pass. 

Few Featured Dishes

- A Chef Speciality -

Dry Aged Rohan  Roasted Duck, spiced carrot braised lentils, duck roulade


Home fries, za'tar, parsley, lemon-caper Aioli

Tahini coffee cake, foie gras mousse, sea salt

Chickpea pancakes, toasted cardamom butter, maple syrup


Heirloom corn grits, crab butter, fennel marmalade


Blue catfish toast, Danish rye, green apple

Spicy pork hash, potatoes, sunny side egg

Sesame lokma, yeasted donuts, orange blossom syrup


Choice of Cocktail; Mimosas, Bloody Mary's or Citrus G & T's


Tastings of 4-Craft Beers (4 oz. servings each)

Coffee or Tea


Once you sign-up you will be contacted via email for information regarding allergies or food restrictions. Please note that this culinary experience is not a good fit for those who are not open to trying new flavors, cuisines, and ingredients. 



We are a group of unpretentious foodies. Some of us are in our late 40's, some in our 70's and all of us have been there and done that! So if you need to show your ID, you're probably too young to attend. Sorry!


No matter who you are, please do bring your humor, unique style,  an open-

mindedness to varied cultures and your culinary sense of adventure. 



Smart casual. Just make an effort please! 


All sales are final and we will only refund the monies if the event is canceled.


If you've attended any of our events or tours in the past and cannot attend the supper club event due to an emergency, please notify us via email at the soonest. We will credit your account for the cost of your ticket (minus Eventbrite fees) which can be used at any of our upcoming supper club events during the year. Your spot will then be released to the next person on the waitlist.


Questions about this or anything else?

Email Devaki at


Here's what past guests had to say"

"It's always a great experience when you celebrate a meal with the Weave A Thousand Flavors Supper Club. The Lapis restaurant had great tasting authentic Afghani food served by a friendly and professional staff in a controlled yet bustling environment. The memories that I reflect on, as I think of our first outing of 2019, are the ones that celebrate the gastronaut members that make up the supper club. I enjoyed the welcoming atmosphere, the offering of friendship and the sharing of a meal as we celebrate the experience of breaking bread together. It just feels like home!!"


"What a great way to enjoy some fantastic food at a new place and meet with old friends and new! Devaki always picks such wonderful places for a true DC dining experience. Can’t wait for the next outing!"


"Every Supper Club experience is unique in delicious cuisine and ambiance, and there's no better group with which to share them!"


"Maydan was spectacular. Tucked away off Florida Ave, it is a hidden gem. The many courses of sumptuous food were so flavorful and perfectly prepared...from the assortment of appetizers to the lamb that was cooked for 72 hours. I particularly loved the squid! The company was fabulous and I met several new  friends I hope to stay in touch with. All in All, worth every penny! Can’t wait to do it again!"

Image credits | Washingtonian, Hazel website,

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