every june, (RED) invites everyone to take a seat at THE table.
Together we can #86AIDS
This June marks the fifth annual EAT (RED) SAVE LIVES campaign, (RED)’s month-long culinary campaign that turns your food and drink choices into a force to fight AIDS. Supported by extraordinary chefs and restaurants, food brands and culinary businesses, EAT (RED) SAVE LIVES raises awareness and money for the Global Fund to fight AIDS.
follow @RED for all the ways you can HELP #86AIDS
WHAT DOES #86AIDS MEAN?
"86, in the restaurant world, means 'We’re done. We don’t have any more of that.’ And that’s what we want to do with AIDS. We need to 86 AIDS."
—Chef Elizabeth Falkner
TAKE A SEAT AT A (RED) TABLE
Be sure to check back for the many ways you can eat (RED) and save lives this coming June.
ALWAYS WANTED TO GO TO BONNAROO?
If you love food & festivals, get your tickets now for The (RED) Supper at Bonnaroo on June 7th with Chef Margot McCormack. This delicious three-course dinner comes with Josh Cellars wine pairings and costs just $75, with 100% of the ticket price going to fight AIDS.
SECRET SUPPERS WITH PLACEINVADERS
For the very first time, (RED) is teaming-up with PlaceInvaders for a series of intimate pop-up dining events in New York and Los Angeles. Hosted in unexpected locations, the meals will be created by chefs including Angie Mar and Patti Jackson, Sara Kramer and Sarah Hymanson, Mei Lin and Jessica Koslow. Tickets include (BELVEDERE)RED cocktails and Josh Cellars wine varietals, priced at $150 for dinners and $120 for brunch, with $18 from every ticket sold going to fight AIDS.
Wanderlust: Food and Wine Experiences to Fight AIDS
Wanderlust is hosting celebrations of mindful eating and drinking at its festivals in Vermont and West Virginia. Festival-goers can purchase tickets to join one of three different events; farm-to-table dinners with live music, a Wanderlust Cookout, or cocktails at ‘Happiest Hours’. In support of these events, (RED) chef ambassador, Chloe Coscarelli, has designed cocktail and appetizer recipes. All tickets generate money for the Global Fund.