The World Beer Cup, presented by the Brewers Association, is lauded to be the most prestigious beer competition in the world recognizing the art and science of brewing — and a DC stout just won the top prize.
Almost nothing that inspires wonder and celebrates the spirit of the season like holiday lights — especially those that decorate the region’s best and biggest holiday trees. Crowds gather with excitement to see trees all across the area decorated and lit. It’s one of the season’s most special occasions!
In addition to lighting the night, many of these ceremonies also include family-friendly activities and events. So how can you participate? Here are some of DC region’s best tree-lighting ceremonies to attend this year:
Several area restaurants are offering non-partisan perks to those who show their sticker on Tuesday, November 8th — Election Day!
The Museum of Illusions Washington DC will open its doors this fall at 925 H Street NW in CityCenterDC with a variety of entertaining exhibits designed not only for the Instagram generation but for anyone who loves to be fascinated by the unexplained and unexpected.
Reflections DC is a private and personalized boat touring company that offers motor- and sailboat Potomac cruises for individuals, couples, and small groups.
Among the parties surrounding the White House Correspondent’s Dinner festivities this year was Elle Magazine and Chief’s private reception at VERSUS’ Ceil Social Club with a power-packed guest list and sweeping views of downtown DC.
If you’re returning to the office (or happen to be enjoying downtown), take advantage and enjoy a FREE cup of coffee courtesy of participating shops and the District of Columbia government promotion.
This season offers numerous parties and other excuses to pop out in pink, here are four of our cherry-picked favorites.
A new low-cost carrier has flights to 22 destinations in Europe taking off from Baltimore in Spring 2022.
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.