Events - 1 Feb 17

Goodstone’s Two-Night Wine Lover’s Winter Package At Goodstone Inn & Restaurant

Mon, Jan 23 - Tue, Feb 14

Surprise that special someone with an incredible holiday gift…a wine lover’s getaway and a taste of the good life at Goodstone. The Winter Getaway Package includes: overnight accommodations for two nights in a select deluxe guest room; a sparkling bottle of wine upon arrival; $50 credit at the Restaurant at Goodstone towards two prix-fixe dinners; a farmstead breakfast for two each morning in the restaurant; and a wine tasting at a local vineyard. Prices start at $399. Valid through March 31st. 36205 Snake Hill Road, Middleburg, VA. For reservations and more info, please call 540.687.3333.

Chinese New Year At Rockville Peter Chang

Sat, Jan 28 - Thu, Feb 02

It’s the year of the rooster and Peter Chang in Rockville Town Square has something to crow about. Renowned chef Peter Chang is celebrating the Chinese New Year with some new dishes. In honor of the Chinese New Year and Valentines’ Day, they will have fermented sweet rice dumplings for dessert Mondays through Thursdays, among other delicious Chinese dishes. 20A Maryland Avenue, Rockville, MD. For more information, please click here.

Chinese New Year Burger At The Partisan

Sat, Jan 28 - Fri, Feb 03

Nate Anda and Scott Drewno are collaborating on a Chinese New Year burger: a Szechuan duck burger with sesame pickles and hot mustard. It will be available at The Partisan only, and only for one week, for $10. 709 D Street NW. For more information, please call 202.524.5322.

Post-Ballet Vodka & Caviar At The Watergate

Mon, Jan 30 - Sun, Feb 05

After enjoying the Mariinksy Ballet performance of The Little Humpbacked Horse at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, indulge yourself in the Russian style with caviar, champagne, and vodka at The Next Whisky Bar. 2650 Virginia Avenue NW. For more information, please call 844.617.1972.

 

Winter Restaurant Week Presented By RAMW

Mon, Jan 30 - Sun, Feb 05

Winter Restaurant Week, presented by Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), makes its return to the greater Washington region. Now in its 17th year, Restaurant Week brings guests flocking to the area’s vibrant restaurants and bars to enjoy good company and delicious plates. Participating restaurants offer multi-course $35 dinner, $22 lunch, and $22 brunch menus, exclusively available during Restaurant Week. This year’s Restaurant Week will also feature a new Restaurant Week Diner Rewards program. Anyone who books reservations through www.rwdmv.com and opts in to receive exclusive deals on meals, will be automatically entered to win delicious prizes from Restaurant Week sponsors including Events DC, the American Lamb Board, and OpenTable. To view the full list of participating restaurants and for more information, please click here.

Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar And Eatery Pop-Up Shop

Wed, Feb 01 - Tue, Feb 28

With Mardi Gras Season in full swing, native New Orleanian, celebrity chef David Guas is celebrating with a new venture. A Pop-Up Mardi Gras Headquarters at Union Market. Starting February 1 through Fat Tuesday, February 28 his limited shop will serve whole and by-the-slice “BB” King Cakes. In keeping with the New Orleans tradition, Gaus will be putting his signature sweet spin on a classic praline, with the introduction of his very own Graslines, a buttery sugar cookie topped with purple, green and gold sprinkles and a freshly baked praline. 1309 5th Street NE. For more information please click here.

Grand Celebration And Debut Of Cordero Wines

Wed, Feb 01

Renowned Arlington chef and restaurateur, Mike Cordero, is onto his next venture – wine. During the event at Don Tito, Cordero will debut his new wine label, Cordero wines, which includes a Merlot, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Mexican and American-fusion tapas will be featured. Tickets are $25. 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 3165 Wilson Boulevard Arlington, VA. For information, click here to visit Don Tito’s website, or call 703.672.5381.

Over-The-Top Valentine’s At Irongate

Wed, Feb 01 - Wed, Feb 15

In celebration of all things romance (and a nod to the cheesiness that often accompanies the holiday), the Valentine’s Day decor at Irongate will be completely over-the-top with red lanterns, heart lights projected on the ceiling, red & gold hearts hanging from wisteria on the patio, plus a plethora of candles, string lights and banners. You can expect 90s R&B, George Michael, Prince and more rotating on the playlist. Spirits manager Nick Farrell has created a cocktail menu for the occasion that includes drinks like “A Black Manhattan Where My Heart Once Was”, “Amari Are Forever, Mi Amor”, and “I Wish I Knew How To Quit You, Negroni”. Chef Tony Chittum is offering on a special lounge menu and three on-theme desserts for the occasion, which will be offered nightly in addition to the restaurant offerings. 1734 N Street NW. For more information and to make reservations, please call 202.524.5202.