Events - 18 Mar 17

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Cherry Blossom Pop-up Bar At Mockingbird Hill And Southern Efficiency

Wed, Mar 01 - Sat, Apr 15

Drink Company returns this Spring with the Cherry Blossom PUB (Pop-up Bar), where James Beard Award-nominated Mockingbird Hill and Southern Efficiency will take on Japan with a cherry blossom-inspired transformation. The two bars will roll out new decor and exclusive menus, inspired by Washington, D.C.’s most beautiful season. Draped in pink, Southern Efficiency will feature an origami crane chandelier and an impressive collection of maneki-neko, Japan’s world-famous lucky “waving cats” against a beautiful backdrop of cherry blossom art by iconic D.C. artist Maggie O’Neill. At Mockingbird Hill, nostalgia will reign supreme with an ode to the beloved Super Mario Bros., featuring an entire room dedicated to the Mushroom Kingdom and a special corner reserved for super villain King Koopa. Mockingbird Hill and Souther Efficiency will be open March 1 through April 15, 5:00 pm to 12:30 am Sunday through Thursday and 5:00 pm to 1:30 am Friday and Saturday. Mockingbird Hill is located at 1843 7th Street NW. Southern Efficiency is located at 1841 7th Street NW. For more information please call 202.316.9396.

March Madness At Del Campo

Tue, Mar 14 - Mon, Apr 03

For a slam dunk viewing experience, catch this year’s March Madness games at Del Campo, and enjoy a lineup of tournament specials no selection committee could under-rank. Burger or smoked lamb shoulder sandwich for $12, a shot of Bulleit bourbon and a draft Mahou for $12, or you can try them both for $22. 777 I Street NW. For more information click here

March Madness At Old Glory Bar-B-Que

Tue, Mar 14 - Mon, Apr 03

Come watch your favorite team as we show all of the games this March. Enjoy $20 buckets of Miller Lite and Coors Light, or $24 Buckets of Blue Moon, Leinenkugel Summer Shandy, or Leinenkugal Grapefruit Shandy during each and every game. Pair your bucket with 10, 20, or 50 game day wings and you can crown yourself a champion. 3139 M Street NW. To make a reservation, please click here.

March Madness Happy Hour Specials At Penn Commons

Tue, Mar 14 - Mon, Apr 03

Don’t miss a basket with twelve big screens at Penn Commons. Enjoy happy hour specials while you check out all the games. Sip on $5 drinks, plus every night at 9:00 p.m. (8:00 p.m. on Sundays), choose from a special bar bites menu–perfect for an after-the-game-snack. Looking for exclusive viewing? The game lounge is like watching from box seats with your crew. Happy hour prices available Monday through Saturday, 4:00 p.m. to close, and all day on Sundays. 700 6th Street NW. For more information on the game lounge, email or call 202.350.3084 for more information.

Meat Madness: Three For All At The Partisan

Tue, Mar 14 - Mon, Apr 03

The Partisan will kick off “Meat Madness: Three For All” for the NCAA tournament, in which all individual charcuterie items will be offered at $3 each (charcuterie normally range from $4 to $6). The special will be available during all March Madness games played during the restaurant’s operating hours. 709 D Street, NW. For more information on the Partisan, please click here.

March Madness At Jack Rose Dining Saloon

Thu, Mar 16 - Mon, Apr 03

It’s almost ‘bracket’ time for college basketball fans and Jack Rose Dining Saloon is celebrating March Madness with “Courtside Happy Hours” throughout the tournament. The next best thing to sitting courtside, Jack Rose will air games on their lively, heated rooftop terrace, featuring Pints, Punch + Whiskey specials and half-priced bites. Running through the end of the tournament, Jack Rose will air games (during business hours) on the covered terrace’s four large flat screen TVs, while serving up half-priced bites like crispy chicken skins dusted with paprika, lime and green goddess dressing; smoked whiskey wings glazed in habanero and honey bourbon sauce; pickled corn hushpuppies with sumac crème and wildflower honey; cornmeal fried oysters with smoked egg vinaigrette; and baby pork sandwiches with Carolina sauce and coleslaw. The bar will also offer $5 Pints, $7 Punch and $9 Whisk(e)ys during the games. 2007 18th Street NW. For more information, please click here or call 202.588.7388.

Owen’s Ordinary March Madness Special

Thu, Mar 16 - Sun, Mar 19

Owen’s Ordinary will run a March Madness special, offering $2 off all Maryland brews during NCAA games. Pike & Rose, 11820 Trade Street, North Bethesda, Md. For more information on Owen’s Ordinary, please click here.


Rustico Alexandria All Day Happy Hour For March Madness

Thu, Mar 16 - Sun, Mar 19

Rustico Alexandria will run all-day happy hour during the first two weekends of the tournament, featuring $2 off all drafts. In addition to beer specials, Rustico (@RusticoSlaters) will tweet phrases by sportscaster Dick Vitale every day during those first two game weekends, the first 10 people to mention that day’s tweet/phrase to their server will receive a free appetizer. Ends at 9:00 p.m. 827 Slaters Lane, Alexandria, VA. For more information on Rustico, please click here.

St. Paddy’s Day Weekend At Denizens Brewing Co.

Fri, Mar 17 - Sun, Mar 19

Come out to Denizens Brewing Co. to enjoy a weekend full of St. Paddy’s Day celebrations. Friday, Happy Hour will run from 4:00 to 6:00 pm with Irish Pub Rock blasting all day and night. Saturday the party will continue when Dan Wolff teams up with Tiffany Shanta to rock the taproom starting at 8:00 pm. Sunday starting at noon guest can hop on the road to recovery with a nice, greasy burger and some hair of the dog. 1115 East-West Highway, Silver Spring, MD 20910. For more information click here.

St. Patrick’s Day At Dupont Circle Hotel

Fri, Mar 17 - Sun, Mar 19

St Patrick’s Day is a sophisticated affair at the Irish family-owned Dupont Circle Hotel. Guests can expect the traditional Irish flavors and festivities in a refined and modern space. Both Bar Dupont and Café Dupont are offering up their specials all day Friday, March 17 – Sunday, March 19. There will be live music at Bar Dupont Friday 3-10pm and Saturday 3-7pm. Bar Dupont’s cocktail menu is inspired by a desire to connect back to the Irish roots of the company and they want their specialty cocktails to represent their unique heritage, but with an added twist to reflect the location here in Washington, DC.  Café Dupont will put a twist on traditional Irish cuisine this St. Patrick’s Day weekend. From Friday, March 17 – Sunday, March 19, guest can enjoy the special menu. The Tipperary and Four Leaf Rose cocktail will both be offered in the Café as well. 1500 New Hampshire Avenue NW. For more information click here

St. Patrick’s Day At The Hamilton Hotel

Fri, Mar 17 - Sun, Mar 19

The Hamilton Hotel D.C. and its signature restaurant 14K invites visitors and locals to partake in a Celtic celebration featuring an Irish-themed dinner and cocktail menu. Guests can enjoy a flavorful three-course meal featuring Irish-inspired cuisine and festive handcrafted cocktails. Dishes include: Guinness french onion soup, salmon potato cakes, corned beef and cabbage, pistachio cheesecake, and much more. The menu will be offered from 5:00 to 10:00. 1001 14th Street NW. For more information click here.

St. Patrick’s Day Specials At GCDC Grilled Cheese Bar

Fri, Mar 17 - Sun, Mar 19

Come out to GCDC and try their new St. Patrick’s Day special, “The Irish Tot”. This dish combines GCDC’s crispy tots with Kerrigold Irish Cheddar, topped with homemade corned beef. This special will be offered during weekday lunch, dinner, and weekends for $11 until supplies lasts. Also GCDC will be offering all day drink specials which include: cans of Murphy’s Irish Stout for $6, and Jameson Irish Whiskey for $3. 1730 Pennsylvania Avenue NW. For more information please click here.

Bangkok Street Brunch At Beau Thai

Sat, Mar 18 - Sun, Mar 19

Enjoy Bangkok Street Brunch every Saturday and Sunday at Beau Thai, comprised of street fare found in the capital of Thailand. This unique brunch menu satisfies weekend cravings of sweet, savory, and boozy in a tasty, Thai way. Beau Thai is unique in that everything they make, including their curries, are made from scratch following authentically Thai and tasty family recipes. Plus, their beverage program features almost exclusively local beers, a seasonal cocktail list, and an approachable wine and sake list. Bangkok Street Brunch is served at both the Shaw and Mount Pleasant locations from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 1550 7 Street NW; 3162 Mount Pleasant Street NW. For more information, please click here.

Catoctin Creek Bottling Workshop

Sat, Mar 18

Catoctin Creek Distilling Company will conduct a BOTTLING DAY one Saturday each month at 10:00am. Volunteers wanted. They’ll buy breakfast for all that attend.  This is always such a fun workshop, and you get a special tour from Scott and Becky Harris, recently named by Southern Living as one of the top 50 people in changing the South in 2015! Learn how to bottle, cap, seal, and label Roundstone Rye. Get your chance to work the magic “whisky cow”! Or maybe you’d like to try your hands at operating “Ninette”, their fancy French labeling machine! This is a fun and informative day! You’ll start the morning off with breakfast and a tour from the owners, Scott and Becky, explaining how they make their hand-crafted spirits, then for about 60 minutes, you bottle whisky, and wrap up the morning with a tasting of their spirits!  10:00 am to 12:00 pm. 120 West Main Street, Purcellville, VA. For more information click here.

Guest Chef Domenica Marchetti At Culinaria

Sat, Mar 18

Chef Domenica Marchetti is returning to the Culinaria kitchen! She has written seven Italian cookbooks and authors a popular blog – “Domenica Cooks.” Come enjoy an evening of fabulous Italian food! Menu items include: Semolina Gnocchi in Homemade Broth, Gabriella’s Beef Pot Roast (stracotto di manzo), Arugula, Fennel, and Orange Salad, Ricotta Tart (crostata). 7:00 to 10:00 pm. 110 Pleasant Street NW. For more information click here.

Hawaiian Brunch At HulaGirl

Sat, Mar 18

Enjoy the island vibe with banana macadamia nut waffles, spam & eggs, passion fruit mimosas and more at HulaGirl. Brunch is available every Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Live Hawaiian music is available every Sunday from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. 4044 Campbell Avenue, Arlington, Va. For more information, please call 703.998.4853.

Le Trou du Diable With Co-Founder Isaac Tremblay At ChurchKey

Sat, Mar 18

Join ChurchKey and Birch & Barley as they showcase twelve exceptional beers from this Québécois brewery, plus a meet and greet with Le Trou du Diable co-founder Isaac Tremblay. Highlights from the event include La Buteuse Brassin Spécial, a strong tripel aged in Michel Jodoin apple brandy barrels with Brettanomyces, and Dulcis Succubus, a saison aged 6 months in French oak barrels that previously held botrytized California white wine. 1337 14 Street NW. For more information, please call 202.567.2576.

Port City & Vermilion Beer Brunch

Sat, Mar 18

Join Vermilion for their first ever beer brunch, featuring their friends at Port City Brewing Company. For this occasion, Chef William Morris has designed a special brunch menu to pair alongside some of their favorite Port City brews. You will enjoy all-you-can-eat brunch fare from, plus your choice of one Port City beer or cocktail. Additional beers and cocktails will be available for individual purchase. Tickets are $39 per person. 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 1120 King Street Alexandria, Va. For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.

Spring Equinox With RAR

Sat, Mar 18 - Mon, Mar 20

The weekend of March 18th-20th, Birreria Paradiso Georgetown will celebrate the Spring Equinox with RAR Brewing from Cambridge, MD. Paradiso will be tapping some of their signature beers and pouring them throughout the weekend and on Monday the 20th, they will offer more rare brews, including a special cask with Equinox hops, and their Hyde with Galaxy.  Throughout the weekend they will offer: Nanticoke Nectar, Country Ride, Groove City, Bucktown Brown. 3282 M St NW. For more information click here.

St. Patrick’s Day Kindred Spirits Whisky Class At The Next Whisky Bar

Sat, Mar 18

Come enjoy the Whisky Basics class & learn how to talk, enjoy & shop for Irish whisky! Included with your ticket is a welcome beverage, tastings of 4 Single Pot Irish Whisky’s, Irish inspired food & Irish rock-n-roll. Best Irish garb wins a special prize! Tickets are $40. 2:00 to 4:00 pm. 2650 Virginia Avenue NW. For more information and to purchase tickets click here.

Stravinsky Rave: Rite Of Spring Dance Party At Halcyon Stage

Sat, Mar 18

Feel the pulse of revolution in a full orchestra performance of Stravinsky’s iconic Rite of Spring. Halcyon partners with the Experiential Orchestra and conductor James Blachly to bring a classical music rave to Dock 5 at Union Market. Audience members are invited to dance and experience the physicality of this famously riot-inducing ballet. Halcyon Stage @ Dock 5 is a partnership with EDENS and Union Market dedicated to spreading creativity across Washington, D.C., activating the Union Market and its surrounds with an artistic spirit and filling it with a sense of community. Tickets are $40. 8:30 to 10:00 pm. 1309 5th Street NE. For more information or to purchase tickets click here.

The Women Behind America’s First Cookbook

Sat, Mar 18

What was the first cookbook written by an American for Americans, and how did the recipes differ from other volumes at the time? Prior to 1796, American home cooks used English cookery books, if they used books at all, to prepare meals. But with Amelia Simmons’ 1796 American Cookery, we have the first formal document exploring “American cuisine,” incorporating ingredients native to the American landscape such as cornmeal, pumpkins, maple syrup, and various vegetables, nuts, and fruits. You will be joined by chef Angie Lee of Sur La Table, who will prepare a few recipes from American cookbook authors such as Simmons, Mary Randolph, Eliza Leslie, and Lydia Child, as you consider the ingredients, tools, and cooking techniques in this early era, and discuss how these authors had such a profound influence on American culinary history. 2:00 pm. For more information click here.

Vine Club Blending Session Party At Tarara

Sat, Mar 18

One of Tarara’s most popular Vine Club events returns this March, as they hold their Quarter 1 Vine Club Blending Session Party. This is a chance for you to have a say in the wine making process, as the winning blends will be bottled and included in 2018’s Vine Club selections as Winemakers Select Bin Wines. Led by Tarara Winemaker Jordan Harris, you will taste and learn about the component wines as well as the reasons and processes used in blending. After that, each table comprising a team will take time to create one blend to be submitted for the competition for all to taste. And since we can’t have you taste and judge effectively on an empty stomach, they’ll serve you lunch provided by the Wine Kitchen. Limited to 36 people each day. $75 per person. 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 13648 Tarara Lane, Leesburg, Va. For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.

Classic French Cakes At Little Bitts

Sat, Mar 18

Learn to make the fanciest of desserts: French, with acclaimed pastry chef, Annie Clemmons. In this class you’ll learn classic French techniques necessary to make: pithivier, croquembouche and gateau st. honore.  Each participant will leave with a small cake of each. All supplies and equipment for this class are included in the price, which is $75.  1:00 pm. 11244 Triangle Lane, Silver Spring, MD 20902. For more information click here.

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