Hot off the heels of our burger collaboration with chef and Ghanaian cookbook author Zoe Adjonyoh, we’re celebrating International Women’s Day with an evening of burgers, bubbles and bad ass babes with all profits going to social enterprise Mazi Mas.
Join us on Thursday, 8th March in the Party Room of our brand new Haché in Holborn, to listen to our sparkling panel of women in food, followed by dinner and a cocktail – featuring Zoe’s brand new Suya burger.

Kicking off at 7pm, Oklava’s Selin Kiazim, BBC Good Food’s Lulu Grimes, Mazí Mas founder Niki Kopcke and award-winning sommelier and wine expert Ruth Spivey will be discussing the biggest challenges facing women in and around food today, from the “female chef” debate to clean eating, chaired by ES foodie journalist Frankie McCoy.

Tickets include the panel, a Parisian Pressé cocktail, Suya Burger (or vegan Secret Garden Burger) and fries, with all profits from the night going to Mazí Mas, the award-winning social enterprise that provides training and employment to help women with migrant and refugee backgrounds build careers in the food industry.


Can’t make it to the panel? You can still celebrate International Women’s Day with a Haché near you: we’re giving women 20% off their burger all day on Thursday 8th March – a nod to the 20% less than men that women are still being paid.

This year, get your girl power with a side of fries.


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