Women’s History Month Is Here

March is here, it’s Women’s History Month, and we are excited to celebrate the women who are such a crucial part of Gene & Georgetti. From our roots to current day, women have played a vital role here at G&G. We are a women-owned and operated restaurant and are so proud of that.

Third-generation managing partner Michelle Durpetti shares that while G&G was founded by the two men whose name is on the door, G&G was built by women. Her grandmother was the first accountant, her mother is involved in every decision made, and the women who make up their team are a definitive part of their continued evolution.

A Spotlight on Women-Owned G&G Vendors

It’s the perfect time to celebrate and what better way than to showcase some of our vendors and purveyors that are women-owned.

Purely Meat Co: One of our prime steak suppliers.

Northwest Meat Company: Owned by Lori & Stan Neva (Michelle’s cousins).

Preservation Distillery: An incredible bourbon distillery we feature on our menu, with Very Old St. Nick & Rare Perfection series.

Brown Estate: Woman-owned and award-winning winery in Napa, CA featured on our menu.

ECBG Cake Studio: Friend and vendor for some of our delicious specialty desserts we bring in for holidays.

Landapixel: Manages, creates and drives all of the digital platforms within the Turnkey Hospitality Brand!

Fleur de Lis Florist: Responsible for all of our festive seasonal decor!

My Celebrate Shop: The talent behind our beautiful balloon arches and decor!

Join us all month long & help us support Women for Women International

To mark the month-long celebration of women, a portion of our proceeds will be going to Women for Women, a UK-based organization that helps women survivors of war and conflict.

Women for Women International invests where inequality is greatest by helping women who are forgotten — the women survivors of war and conflict.

Through Women for Women International’s Stronger Women, Stronger Nations Program, women learn the skills they need to rebuild their families and communities. In Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Kosovo, Nigeria, Rwanda, and South Sudan, women who join the program connect with each other to form support networks. They learn to earn an income and save money, gain knowledge and resources to care for their families and defend their rights. Women use their power together, passing it on to neighbors and their children for lasting change. Since 1993, the organization has invested in the power of over 500,000 women, supporting them to use their voices and create a ripple effect that makes the world more equal, peaceful, and prosperous. To learn more about the power of women, for women, visit www.womenforwomen.org.uk or follow WomenforWomenUK on social media.

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