The holidays are winding down and if you are someone who decorates with a real tree, now you have to figure out what to do with it. DC actually makes it pretty easy to dispose of your holiday tree.
Proving that cozy remains King, Hi-Lawn, the huge rooftop bar atop Union Market, bring DC its most anticipated winter-themed pop-up yet — an Aprés Ski!
Winter Restaurant Week, presented by Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington, returns in 2022 as the biannual celebration of the region’s resilient restaurant industry from Monday, January 17, through Sunday, January 23.
Attendees especially rave about MetroCooking DC’s shops of specialty food products, including holiday gift options, while also experiencing live demos from James Beard honored chefs, participating in interactive workshops, and attending book signings from authors from throughout the country.
Everyone loves a reason to grab drinks and bites with friends! DC Cocktail Week is the perfect excuse to round up a few fellow foodies and visit some of the hottest restaurants in the region.
Whether patrons want their classic mani/pedi constantly refreshed, changed to match each outfit, or touched up on demand, GLOSSLAB has every visit included in an unlimited membership.
Currently the only operational restaurant in the new and ultra-modern green Capitol Crossing development (200 Massachusetts Ave. NW) L’Ardente is a much-anticipated addition, especially with its all-season patio.
The Downtown DC Business Improvement District (BID) is hosting a concert series in the newly redeveloped Franklin Park every Saturday in October. Rock the Park DC, an inaugural outdoor concert offering, is free and welcomes all ages Saturdays in October from 4 p.m. to 10… Read More
A new culture festival was recently announced to take place in DC on September 25th, 2021. NEXTfest is being promoted as “DC’s largest fully free celebration of jazz, funk, and go-go music culture.”
It’s a big deal for artists and creatives who have been waiting to work again for over a year and a half, but if you want to see DC theatre actors take the stage, they’ll require you to prove you’ve taken your shot.