The National Cherry Blossom Festival recently announced plans for its 2023 festival happenings — including an unveiling of the official artwork and an announcement of the grand marshals for the 2023 National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade!
DC Cocktail Week, presented by Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), the week-long celebration of the area’s cocktail culture, is back from November 28 – December 4, 2022.
At 100, Tabard Inn claims DC’s oldest continually operating restaurant as well as being a veritable inn with 28 fascinating guest rooms and a legendary contribution to DC’s vibrant cultural and arts scene.
The Wharf celebrated its 5th-anniversary — and transition from simple fish market to famed neighborhood hotspot — last week with the opening of Phase 2, alongside a fireworks spectacle and music on floating stages.
Originally inspired by the Embassy Chef Challenge, which is now the festival’s flagship event, the larger weekend will be chock full of celebrations that can be enjoyed by global foodies of all ages.
After about 3 and a half years, construction of the largest Metro canopy ever built is finally complete, and the wooden fencing obscuring the sidewalk and plaza and precluding pedestrians from walking through it has been removed.
Due to a Pedestrian Zone program, no cars will be able to drive along 18th Street NW between Kalorama and Columbia Roads NW on certain Sundays through the end of the year.
On World Water Day and the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Clean Water Act, environmentalists make call to designate the Potomac River as swimmable again.
To honor its 100th Anniversary in 2022 and its induction into Historic Hotels of America, the Hamilton Hotel Washington D.C. is offering specials and milestone incentives all year long.
Dupont Festival highlighted Potomac Phil, a stuffed, corn cob wielding groundhog, on Groundhog Day for an unsurprising prediction of future weather patterns.