Eat Pasta. Do Good.
One of Italy's most famous pasta sauces, amatriciana, was born in the historic mountain village of Amatrice, Italy. It's a simple, but deeply satisfying sauce, featuring just tomatoes, pecorino and guanciale. Last week's devastating earthquake tragically left beautiful Amatrice in ruin and its people in mourning. Just as Italians turn to food for comfort, togetherness and celebration, at The National and around the world, we are now turning to pasta for help.
Join us for dinner Thursday 9/1 - Saturday 9/3 and 50% of proceeds from each pasta all'amatriciana sold will be sent directly to the Italian Red Cross to support search and rescue teams on the ground in Italy. If you are unable to join us this weekend, you can freely donate here, every little bit helps aid in earthquake relief.
UPDATE: We raised $458.26 in just 3 days! Thank you Athens.