Events - 18 May 17

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Festive Champagne Dinner At The Hay-Adams

Mon, Apr 10 - Wed, May 31

The Hay-Adams is pleased to debut a new spring time prix fixe, three-course menu available exclusively in the Lafayette Room. The menu features contemporary American cuisine prepared by Executive Chef Nicolas Legret complemented by a half bottle of Taittinger Brut Champagne. $85 per person. This special offering is available Monday through Saturday, from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 800 16 Street NW. For more information and reservations, please click here.

Teas’n You Grand Opening Happy Hour

Mon, May 15 - Thu, May 18

Brand new Teas’n You fusion teahouse will offer their specialteas, slushteas, and milkteas at half price. It wouldn’t be happy hour without a light bite, and Teas’n You does not disappoint with their crispy popcorn chicken, garlic fries, innovative macarons, doughssants, and fluffy pillow cakes, similar to Japanese cheesecake. 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. 8032 Leesburg Pike, Tysons Corner, Va. For more information, please click here.

7th Annual Women Of Prince George’s Conference At The Greenbelt Marriott

Thu, May 18

Join speakers such as Tisha Lewis from Fox 5, Marissa Levin, and more for the 7th Annual Women of Prince George’s Conference at the Greenbelt Marriott. Enjoy a day full of bold discovery, inspiration, and networking.  Begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 3:00 p.m. 6400 Ivy Lane, Greenbelt, Md. For more information, please click here.

Anywhere But California: Wines Of The USA At Cork And Fork

Thu, May 18

Selection for this event at Cork & Fork is made by Andrew Stover, presented by Nick Materese. Andrew is on a mission to turn Washingtonians on to American wines from unsuspected places. There’s more wine country in the USA than just in Napa. Think New York, Virginia, and even Missouri. Event begins at 7:30 p.m. 1522 14 Street NW. For more information, please click here.

Dupont Live At Bar Dupont

Thu, May 18

Enjoy local musicians, beer, spirits, and wines at Dupont Live, hosted by Bar Dupont. There will be cocktails, rosé, and hors d’oeuvres. 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. 1500 New Hampshire Avenue NW. To RSVP, please email

Equinox 18th Anniversary “Golf” Game

Thu, May 18

It’s throwback time at Equinox Restaurant as it gets ready to celebrate 18 years as one of Washington’s beloved restaurants. To inspire guests to try the most iconic dishes from the restaurant’s nearly two decades in business, Equinox is kicking off a fun and interactive 18 “hole” golf game. Each dish corresponds to a “hole” on the “green” and when guests complete all 18 holes they receive a golf-related prize. The dishes featured in the game highlight Chef Gray’s passion for sustainable seafood, Mid-Atlantic cuisine, and innovative interpretations of classic American fare. This is a nod to two of Chef Gray’s passions and a chance for guests to have a bit of fun while dining on dishes cultivated and refined over many years. A sample of the dishes included in this three month promotion include 1999’s truffled macaroni & cheese, 2003’s pan fried soft shell crab with pickled spring onions, and 2006’s risotto of spring sweet peas, carrot brunoise, pea green salad, and red wine sauce. There will also be a “fairway” lunch special, which includes a “putter” and a “chipper” course for $18. When the game wraps up in August, participants are invited to join Equinox for its golf-themed wrap party on the patio featuring a classic 1980’s golf movie. 818 Connecticut Avenue NW. For more information, please click here.

Haitian Flag Day At The Haitian Embassy

Thu, May 18

The DC community is invited to tour the Embassy for Haitian Flag Day. Guests will have an opportunity to view exquisite Haitian art from the private collections of Galerie Monnin and Fritz Racine. Guests will also explore the latest edition of the Embassy’s Pearls of Excellence, an exhibit showcasing the contributions of people of Haitian descent to the advancement of American life. The evening will continue with a poetry slam session by Haitian-American author, emcee and public speaker, JeffDess, and Pages Matam, Director of Poetry Events at Busboys and Poets. Haitian cocktails will be served. Event is free. 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 2311 Massachusetts Avenue NW. For more information, please click here.

Happy Hour At BKK Thai Cookshop

Thu, May 18

Enjoy happy hour at BKK, the Thai noodle restaurant from the folks behind Beau Thai. (Fun fact: “BKK” is the airport abbreviation for Bangkok, capital of Thailand). BKK features unique appetizers (like steamed buns, gyoza, pork shoulder sliders, and pomelo salad) and Thai noodle dishes (noodle stir fries and noodle bowls), all made from scratch. BKK offers a cocktail on draft and a nice wine, beer, and sake selection. Happy hour specials include half-price Singha, spring rolls, and fried tofu, and all wines by the glass are priced at $5. Happy hour is available daily from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 1700 New Jersey Ave NW. For more information, please click here.

History & Hops Hosted By Kathy Rizzo At The Heurich House Museum

Thu, May 18

Kathy Rizzo hosts the next installment of the Heurich House Museum’s all-star History & Hops series. The DC Brewers’ Guild Executive Director will host the monthly beer-themed after-hours event, giving visitors the chance to mingle with a DC beer insider while also touring through the historic Brewmaster’s Castle. $30 per person. 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. 1307 New Hampshire Avenue NW. For more information, please click here.

Italian Dinner Parties At Via Umbria

Thu, May 18 - Sat, May 20

Each week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, Via Umbria hosts intimate Italian dinner parties in their demonstration kitchen where you are seated around a community table and can interact with the chef throughout the meal. Each week, the theme of the dinner changes, and for May, some highlights include Italian barbeque; Festa del Limone, which will showcase the flavors of fresh Italian lemons; and a Weekend in Umbria, which features the traditional flavors of Umbrian cuisine. $75 per person. 1525 Wisconsin Avenue NW. For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.

McLean Project For The Arts Spring Benefit

Thu, May 18

McLean Project for the Arts will host its signature Spring Benefit at a private residence in McLean. You will enjoy a festive spring evening  in the company of fellow MPA friends and supporters. Dr. Dorothy Kosinski, Director of The Phillips Collection, will serve as the evening’s guest of honor. This year’s Spring Benefit will feature an inaugural Silent Auction of MPA staff artwork and a live painting experience. Event chairs for this year’s Spring Benefit are Jane A. Imperatore and Neda Yazdani. Tickets begin at $350. 7:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Parking and shuttle buses for the event are at 6715 Georgetown Pike, McLean, Va. For more information and tickets, please click here.

Raising A Good Eater: Know Your Role Workshop At Dawson’s Market

Thu, May 18

Tired of repeatedly asking your child to eat their broccoli, try their soup or just take one bite of the casserole? Join Erika Pied, local dietitian and founder of “It Takes A Village Nutrition”, LLC for a workshop series designed to assist you in raising a good eater. Learn about the evidence-based and American Academy of Pediatrics best practice child feeding approach, known as the Satter Feeding Dynamics Model. You will discuss what a good or competent eater looks like, as well as what your child’s roles are and your roles as parents are to foster a lifetime of good eating. $5 per couple/individual. 10:00 a.m. 225 N. Washington Street Rockville, Md. For more information, please click here.

Shuck Yourself! Oyster Tasting And Shucking Tutorial At Ivy City Seafood Market

Thu, May 18

Come to Ivy City Seafood Market to learn how to properly shuck oysters. Their expert shucker Dave will guide a small group through a variety of shucking styles and oyster varieties. Step up your shellfish palate as you shuck (& eat) your way through a dozen oysters. They will have a blend of cultivated, wild, East Coast, and West Coast oysters for you to try. The hour-long class includes the oysters, instruction, and a shuck-kit: a shucking knife, board, and towel that you get to take home for future shucks. Sign up online or in the market. $50 per person.  6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 356 Okie Street NE.  For more information, please click here or email

Yes Way Rosé! At Righteous Cheese

Thu, May 18

Come to “Yes Way Rosé” to learn the tasty basics of cheese and pink wine pairing; wine styles; cheese profiles; and how to differentiate between different types. You’ll delve into the story behind each cheese, as well as give advice about selecting, serving, pairing, and more. You’ll leave class with a full belly and a full brain – armed with all the info you’ll need to navigate the cheese counter and recreate your favorite wine & cheese boards at home. Tickets are $49 per person and the event will begin at 7:00 pm. 1309 5th Street NE. For more information or to purchase tickets click here.

ZooFari: Dine For Wildlife At The National Zoo

Thu, May 18

ZooFari: Dine for Wildlife is a fundraiser you can really sink your teeth into. Join the Smithsonian’s National Zoo for an al fresco evening of delicious tastings from more than 100 of the hottest D.C. area restaurants everyone’s talking about. Delight in craft cocktails, live entertainment, animal encounters, and live and silent auctions. General admission tickets are $200 each. 6:30 p.m. until 9:30 p.m. 3001 Connecticut Avenue NW. For more information and tickets, please click here.

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