With complimentary cake, champagne, tequila rounds
& more surprises
$5 El Jimador shots
$5 16-oz Bud Lite
$8 Mission Margarita
$8 22-0z Dos Equis
Mission Navy Yard
1221 Van Street SE
Bar: Four bar areas, including the city’s longest bar at 150 feet long. The cocktail menu includes 16 draft lines- ten
for beer, three for wine/prosecco and three for margaritas and cocktails.
Menu: Tex-Mex inspired menu includes tacos, enchiladas, burritos, nachos and guacamole, as well as generous
salads and appetizers.
Design: With more than 10,000 square-feet, the two-level Mission Navy Yard is located directly across the street
from Nats Stadium. A two-story atrium entry leads to the first of Mission Navy Yard’s four bars. The downstairs bar
welcomes guests to the space, blending an indoor and outdoor courtyard feel. Guests climb a sprawling staircase,
anchored by a two-story tower overlooking the downstair bar. DC’s longest bar (150 ft) fills the middle of the
second floor, flanked by six garage doors leading to spacious outdoor balconies. As guests walk through the
second floor, they pass the dining room, which also has its own balcony and another bar wrapping up the
corner. Lastly, the private dining space has its own bar
On Saturday, July 20, City Tap Dupont will host a Christmas in July themed drag brunch from 11am to 3pm. Guests who bring new clothes and toys to donate to Martha’s Table will receive a complimentary beer or wine. Enjoy holiday decor and brunch specials like “Bad Santa” stuffed French toast for $10 and a “Tipsy Elf” specialty cocktail for $8. Reservations can be made at [https://www.citytap.com/
on Sunday, July 21, don your flannel for City Tap Penn Quarter’s 90’s themed trivia brunch from 12-2pm offering pizza bagels and dunkaroo dip. Port City Brewing will provide a tap takeover for guests to enjoy a variety of beers, and trivia players will have the chance to win swag bags.
On Saturday, July 27, from 12pm to 4pm, Ivy City Smokehouse will bring a Crab Fest to Atlas Brew Works. Enjoy deliciously steamed and seasoned crabs before or after your Atlas visit as the truck will be pulled up right outside the brewery. Get a half dozen crabs and everything needed to enjoy them for $35 with the option to add potato salad ($5) and/or coleslaw ($3) to your order. Visit here for more information or to place your crab order.
This year, event headliners include tennis star John Isner and executive chef Jerome Grant. This marquee event returns to the The Hamilton Live! on Monday, July 29, 2019 from 7:00-10:00pm, marking its second year in the nation’s capital.
At the event, guests enjoy an unforgettable evening sampling fine food, sipping signature cocktails, and mingling with their favorite tennis players. With nearly a dozen leading chefs already confirmed, guests will want to come hungry! Attendees can also expect great music, a photobooth, an exciting cooking demonstration, and a number of surprises. Best of all, a portion of proceeds raised at the Citi Taste of Tennis benefit the Washington Tennis & Education Foundation.
This year’s chef lineup includes:
Jerome Grant (Sweet Home Café), Erik Bruner-Yang (Spoken English), John Mooney (Bidwell), Jaspratrap “Jassie” Bindra (Punjab Grill), Leo Harvey(Ocean Prime), Neil Cline & Brent Lettsome (British Virgin Islands), Paola Velez (Kith and Kin DC), Chris Kombou (Compass Rose), Gianluigi Dellaccio (Dolce Gelati), Dan Kennedy (Estuary), Michael Rafidi (Albi), Victor Albisu (Taco Bamba), Zach Smith (The Hamilton Live), and Adam Greenberg (Coconut Club).
The Citi Taste of Tennis series is produced by AYS Sports Marketing and was the brainchild of AYS’ founders Judi and Penny Lerner. Back in 2001 Judi and Penny, both longtime tennis fans, dreamed of creating an event that combined the international appeal of fine food and professional tennis. The Citi Taste of Tennis was born, and now 20 years later it has become one of the most anticipated “off the court” event at tennis tournaments nationwide.
Compassion Over Killing (COK) is proud to present the DC VegFest on Sunday, August 11 in a brand new location: Nationals Park! The DC VegFest is a free fun-filled festival of food, music, education, and inspiration with more than 20,000 attendees who join the celebration each year.
Featuring over 120 vendors and exhibitors, thousands of festival-goers – vegans and pre-vegans alike – will experience plant-based eating’s many flavors, and learn how each of us can protect the planet, our health, and animals simply by enjoying vegan meals.
On the main stage, emceed by DC comedian Sean Savoy, celebrity speakers will share inspiring talks and expert chefs will dazzle the crowd with their culinary creations.
This year’s DC VegFest keynote speakers include:
- Tracye McQuirter, author of By Any Greens Necessary
- Neil Barnard, author and founding president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
- Brenda Sanders, food activist and Executive Director of Afro-Vegan Society
- Plus, cooking demos from Joe Yonan of the Washington Post, and plant-based chef Bev Kumari
A new TryVeg Tasting Booth will be hosted by Jessica Carter, COK’s talented Vegan Food & Lifestyle Coach, seen often on DC morning shows. The Kid’s Zone includes a built in playground plus we’ll be featuring activities like face painting, and an interactive cartooning demonstration with Eric Lindstrom, COK’s Director of Marketing.
The festival will also feature an exciting new VIP Lounge where wristband holders will receive a loaded commemorative tote bag, mingle with VegFest speakers and chefs, and enjoy exclusive food and product samples, including a selection from Vegan Treats.
Since 2009, DC VegFest has been bringing the community together for a day of compassionate celebration that everyone can enjoy. This year’s exciting new location at Nats Park means even more fun: built-in shade, indoor restrooms, an awesome kids playground, and misting fans to beat the summer heat. More information on this year’s new venue can be found at DCVegFest.com.
“As we embark on another year hosting the DC VegFest, expecting 25,000 to join us, Compassion Over Killing is thrilled that Washington, DC is home to an abundance of delicious and nutritious plant-based food and is setting a positive tone for a much-needed national dialogue about the far-reaching impact of our food choices on the planet, our health, and animals,” says Erica Meier, Executive Director of Compassion Over Killing.
Vegan food will be served by dozens of vendors including Vegan Treats, Amsterdam Falafelshop, Brewing Good Coffee, Bakeshop DC, Ben & Jerry’s, and YogiDog.
Over 100 nonprofit and commercial exhibitors will set up shop for the day: Dr. Bronner’s, A Well-Fed World, Roots Market, Barnard Medical Center, TryVeg.com, and many more.
Drawing a line of 2,000 people before the start of the festival, free commemorative tote bags, stocked with gifts and samples from our sponsors, will be given out to the first 1,000 attendees. VegFest-goers will also be able to donate to receive exciting bonuses like a reserved tote bag or a chance to skip the line at the popular Vegan Treats booth.
For more information, visit DCVegFest.com