ATA’s Government Division is pleased to invite you to our very first Annual Networking Reception
On Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 6:00P, during ATA’s 58th Annual Conference
Please join us at a DC landmark – Mama Ayesha’s Restaurant – for fine food, drinks, and good conversation. Our Division is in its formative years, and this is a unique opportunity to shape its future growth, while making professional connections. You will enjoy a plentiful selection of small but hearty bites, drawn from Mama Ayesha’s menu, and inspired by the cuisines of the Middle East:
(croquettes made of ground chick peas, seasoned with cilantro and garlic)
(a light layer of dough stuffed with spinach, seasoned with sumac)
(open faced pies, filled with ground beef and pine nuts)
(a vegetarian delight – tender grape leaves stuffed with rice, chick peas, and mint)
(boneless chicken breast, seasoned with garlic, and vegetables, cooked over a charcoal grill)
(seasoned ground prime beef, minced onions, parsley, and vegetables, cooked over a charcoal grill)
(filo pastry filled with chopped walnuts and honey)
You will also enjoy one complementary drink (wine, beer, cocktails, or sodas).
Mama Ayesha’s is one of DC’s oldest restaurants (open since 1960).
Come and explore its storied past and meet your Government Division colleagues.
Thursday, October 26, 2017
6:00 – 8:00P
Location: 1967 Calvert Street, NW
(a delightful 10-minute walk through DC’s vibrant Adams Morgan neighborhood. Head northeast onto Columbia Road from the Washington Hilton. After about four blocks, turn left onto Adams Mills Road, and bear left as it becomes Calvert Street. Mama Ayesha’s is on the right, on Calvert Street.)
You can also purchase a ticket for $42 at the door, on the evening of the event, if tickets are still available. We will send a notice out if there are unsold tickets that can be purchased at the door.
We will have space for up to 50 guests, so please reserve your ticket soon! We look forward to seeing you at the ATA Conference and at Mama Ayesha’s for the ATA Government Division Networking Reception.
|Joe Mazza||Monique Roske|