DC is a small town but amazingly, Ellen Kassoff Gray and I had never crossed paths until a serendipitous meeting during a Kojo Nnamdi segment about DC VegFest and vegan food trends. We immediately hit it off and Ellen brought us on to help with PR, especially around vegan and vegetarian cuisine. Working with Ellen and Chef Todd Gray is a blast–they are full of energy, ideas, and enthusiasm for their craft.
Todd is the consummate professional–cool under pressure with laser-like focus and a passion that shines through in everything he does. Ellen has boundless energy and creativity. We bonded over food, certainly, but also over our shared passion for animals–Ellen serves on the board of the Washington Humane Society and created its annual Sugar & Champagne event. I’m thrilled to be working with this dynamic duo and look forward to 2015.
Here’s a look back at the past few months of media coverage.
The Washington Post
Vegan Brunch at Equinox Satisfies an Omnivore’s Appetite by Tom Sietsema
Vegan Fine Dining by Laura Hayes
First Look: White Truffle Vegan Brunch at Equinox by Lynne Venart
Brightest Young Things
Taste Test: Equinox Vegan White Truffle Brunch by Melissa Groth
Equinox Now Offering White Truffle Buffet Brunch + Truffled Calypso Bean Soup Recipe by Rebekah Hale
Been There Eaten That
Equinox: A Swoon-Worthy White Truffle Vegan Brunch by Lori Gardner
Dining Out Options for a Vegan Thanksgiving by Carrie Epps
The Washington Blade
The Trouble With Truffles by Kristen Hartke