Support our Victoria Michael raise funds for the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation at the newly re-opened Tony and Joe’s.
Sunday, October 7, 2012
The Washington Nationals Dream Foundation along with Nick’s Riverside Grill and Tony and Joe’s will hold the first postseason watch party Sunday October 7th at 3pm at Washington Harbour.
-Mascot Appearance (between 4-5)
-Mystery Grab Bag Featuring official player signed baseballs on sale for $50 – benefiting the Nationals Dream Foundation
-Outdoor viewing * weather permitting*
About Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place
Encircled by tall windows, with cascading water features, nautical wood, and stylish appointments, its newly remodeled dining room feels like a posh ocean liner. An eating bar faces the open kitchen. The new chef is David Stein, formerly of Bistro St. Michael in St. Michaels, Md.
Popular seafood dishes from the restaurant’s past – crab cakes, lobster, rockfish, mussels and shrimp cocktail – are menu staples, and specials featuring Chesapeake area ingredients will be introduced daily.
Both the dining room and patio overlook a massive fountain plaza that has also been given a 21st century upgrade. The new fountain can soar sixty feet high, and is accompanied by a high-tech light show. Seasonally, it will be transformed into a skating rink. We’re told it will be larger than the one in NYC’s Rockefeller Center.
About Washington Nationals Dream Foundation
The Washington Nationals Dream Foundation and the Washington Nationals Baseball Club are committed to community partnerships that improve the lives of children and families across the Washington Capital Region and assist with the growth of baseball. The Foundation‘s cornerstone programs are focused on children’s education, health and recreation.
A 501(c)3 charitable organization, the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation has committed to, among other projects, a partnership with the District of Columbia Government to build the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy to teach the fundamentals of baseball and provide after-school educational programs for children in the DC region. The Foundation has also joined with the Children’s National Medical Center to create a Pediatric Diabetes Care Complex.
The Washington Nationals Foundation was established in 2005 and re-launched as the Washington Nationals Dream Foundation in 2007 under new team owners, the Lerner family and partners. The Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization, tax ID number 34-2034830. Contributions to this organization are deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place
3000 K Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20007