The Downtown DC Dine Out is a tented streatery program on the quiet, pedestrian-friendly blocks of 8th Street between H and K Streets Northwest, where diners can enjoy a multi-restaurant pop-up this Fall.
National Geographic photojournalist and co-founder of Andeana Hats, Laura Grier is making some special in-person appearances at La Cosecha to showcase her photographic works as well as Peruvian hats and intention bands created by Quechua artisans.
It was named one of “56 Greatest Old-School Pizzeria’s in America” by The Daily Meal just this year and has consistently been named one of TripAdvisor’s “Top 101 Pizzas in America.” For the first time outside of Connecticut and New York, 85-year-old family-friendly restaurant brand… Read More
Two participating Rosslyn restaurants will offer Jazz Supper Clubs ‘under the stars’… or music lovers can listen for free with at-home virtual streaming.
Jack Rose Dining Saloon has a completely rebuilt whiskey collection with thousands of new bottles for tasting and sampling.
Over 40 women-owned food businesses in the DC area will participate in Women’s Food Fest, with each offering a special dish, drink, or other delicious menu special.
“We felt it was important to showcase the fortitude, leadership, and achievements we’ve seen among so many… Thank you for being there for us with your comfort, food, and kindness,” said Kathy Hollinger during the 38th annual RAMMY awards. From a pre-show that featured cocktail… Read More
Miss those treasured performances at The Folger Shakespeare Library? Every Friday you can get an encore with the Library’s new weekly online series.
The 16th annual DC Jazz Fest is going global with virtual programming available to listeners and participants from Thursday, September 24th to Monday, September 28th, 2020.
Well, if it can’t be staged, it can be screened. STC will be showing Romantics Anonymous to subscribers, donors, and paying audience members for five days of live streaming from Tuesday, September 22 through Saturday, September 26.