Citing last week's heat wave and an abundance of other events going on in DC this week, the Pink Line Project sent out an update over the weekend that Tuesday night's Cuisine Contra pop-up dinner has been postponed until August 8. Everything else will remain the same — Barton Seaver in the kitchen, sustainable seafood on the menu and the $125 ticket price — but with the new date comes a change of heart about the need for keeping the venue's location a secret. The Pink Line Project has announced that the dinner will be held in the garden of the Textile Museum as a tie-in to its exhibit titled "Green: The Color and the Cause." And it's that exhibit which is part of the cause for the dinner's delay: A rep explains that last week's heat wave prevented the museum's outdoor installation from sprouting as planned.
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[Photo: Textile Museum]