Just like a few years back, Hook Hall’s outdoor beer garden has been tented, heated, and turned into a 5,000 square-foot rustic ski lodge… but this time, think less ‘Alpine Lodge’ and more 80s Aprés Ski party place.
Hook Hall’s latest transformation takes visitors to a lavish desert oasis. But don’t worry, this bohemian paradise isn’t arid and sandy, it’s charmingly filled with character and decorated cabanas!
We all want to see the Cherry Blossoms… but this year, we’re seeing them differently or from a distance. Because we’re generally avoiding the Tidal Basin to keep everyone safe and healthy, we’ve found four other ways to celebrate peak blossom around town..
Guests at Hook Hall’s Park View Farmer’s Market will shop from vendors offering a range from candles to ceramics, jewelry to honey, and cookies to hot sauce.
Because frozen cocktails and cod fritters are the escape from #stayathome we all need right now. Beer garden-turned-relief repository Hook Hall still has relief efforts going on indoors, but on the outside, this social paradise in Park View has recently undergone its latest transformation. Guests… Read More
The Park View Farmers Market is the latest of DC’s nearly 30 farmer’s markets. A year-round Sunday market, Park View Farmers Market will open January 12, 2020 at Hook Hall (3400 Georgia Avenue NW), operating from 9 am until 2 pm. Not only is Hook… Read More
The summer cabanas are now cozy chalet nooks at Hook Hall, which has transformed into a rustic ski lodge through the winter. One of DC’s favorite outdoor beer gardens is now tented, heated, and ready for après ski. Hot traditional alpine beverages, mulled wine and… Read More
Pirates ahoy! Hook Hall — yes, named in honor of that legendary marauder of the seas — is ready to serve as your new local watering hole and scuttlebutt (social) spot. And did we mention that it’s designed to be reminiscent of a boat… gangplank… Read More