Events - 21 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.

George Washington’s Mount Vernon Spring Wine Festival & Sunset Tour

Fri, May 19 - Sun, May 21

Mount Vernon’s Spring Wine Festival & Sunset Tour celebrates the history of wine in Virginia with exclusive evening tours of the Mansion and cellar, appearances by “George and Martha Washington,” and live jazz on the east lawn overlooking the scenic Potomac River. You can bring a blanket and relax on the lawn as you sample wines from 20 Virginia wineries. Ticket prices are as follows: Friday, May 19- $40; Saturday, May 20- $48; and Sunday, May 21- $36. Private reserved tables featuring a fruit and cheese platter, three bottles of house wine and VIP table service are available for $1100-$1300.  Event is from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. each night. 3200 Mount Vernon Highway, Mount Vernon, Va. For more information and tickets, please click here.

Luckett’s Spring Market At Clarke County Fairground

Fri, May 19 - Sun, May 21

The weekend-long Spring Market features painted furniture, vintage garden gems, architectural salvage, crusty antiques, and all kinds of crazy-good finds. To ensure happy shoppers all weekend, you will enjoy live music, beer gardens, enticing food trucks, and fun workshops. New this year will be a group called “Sisters on the Fly”, a group of woman who will set up restored vintage campers and a glamping expo. General admission tickets are $10. Event will be from 12:00 noon until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, and 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 890 W Main Street, Berryville, Va. For tickets and more information, please click here.

SerbFest DC At The Saint Luke Serbian Orthodox Church

Fri, May 19 - Sun, May 21

Presented by  Saint Luke Serbian Orthodox Church of Potomac, MD—the epicenter for Serbian culture in and around Washington, DC—the three-day festival has something for everyone, including traditional Serbian dishes, beverages, dance and music performances, gifts and boutique items and family-friendly activities.  In addition, admission and parking are free, an indoor setup has been arranged in case of inclement weather and all a la carte food item proceeds benefit Saint Luke Serbian Orthodox Church. Event will take place from 11:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m. on Sunday. 10660 River Road, Potomac, Md. For more information, please click here.

Art In Voyage: Savoring Croatia With Chef Kevin Fonzo & The Wine Fairy

Sat, May 20 - Sat, May 27

One of Art in Voyage’s newest and most exciting destinations, Croatia, remains pristine and somewhat isolated from the masses of tourists that have flooded other Adriactic countries. Discover Mali Losinj, Croatia’s best kept secret. Located off the northern part of the country, the island of Losinj boasts fresh air, clear blue waters, incredible food and new wines that give other greater crus a run for their money. While on the island of losinj, you will be accommodated in a posh and luxe villa, on the water, pampered by Art in Voyage staff. While enjoying the private pool, private beach and some of the numerous water or land activities, award-winning Chef Kevin Fonzo of K Restaurant (Orlando), assisted by talented Croatian chefs, will feed you with fantastic dinners inspired by local and international cuisine. Their international wine expert, The Wine Fairy, will be on hand to make sure you always get served unique and local wines to satisfy your taste buds. Prices begin at $4,299. For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.

Bottomless Brunch In The Yard At The Ritz, Georgetown

Sat, May 20 - Sun, May 21

Bottomless Brunch in The Yard features a two-course prix fixe menu that includes bottomless make- your-own bloody Marys and mimosas. The one and a half hour experience offers  you time to sample an array of menu items and beverage offerings. For those looking for an upgrade to their bloody Mary, look no further than The Bootleg Mary, featuring jalapeño popcorn moonshine and house made horseradish bloody Mary mix. The Yard’s Bottomless Brunch Menu delivers a delicious riff on traditional brunch staples, including TJ’s crab mac and cheese, local prosciutto-wrapped summer melon, orange cream pancakes, and s’mores French toast. For an additional $4, you can fix your sweet tooth craving with The Yard’s selection of sweet enhancements including bourbon pana cotta and strawberry shortcake. Bottomless Brunch will be offered every Saturday and Sunday, and is priced at $45 per person. 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 3100 South Street NW. Reservations are recommended and be made by calling 202.912.4110.

Bien Abyé: Les Jardins De La Mode Pop-Up Shop At The Haitian Embassy

Sun, May 21

This trunk show will display a collective of Haitian entrepreneurs in fashion, home goods, and gourmet products by Haitian-American entrepreneurs: Zesa Raw by Michele Jean, Artisans du Monde by Nathalie Tancrede, Deux Noirs by Eddy Albertini, Vetiver Les Cayes by Reginald Canal and Bien Abyé by Dayanne Danier. Products will be available for purchase. Free, but please RSVP. 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m. 2311 Massachusetts Avenue NW. For more information and to RSVP, please click here.

Glen Manor Wine Dinner At L’Auberge Provencale

Sun, May 21

Summer’s fast approaching and L’Auberge Provencale is ready to bring in the wine season with their 4th Annual Glen Manor Vineyards Dinner. Since 1995, Glen Manor has been producing some of the finest classic styled reds and Sauvignon Blanc in the region and they are going to have them back for another wine dinner in the Shenandoah Valley. The local farm to table menu will be presented by award winning winery owner and neighbor, Jeff White, vintner at Glen Manor. Sommelier Christian Borel along with executive chef Steven Ferrell and his team are creating the best of the season for this all Virginia event. Meet and greet begins at 12:30 p.m., and dinner is from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. 13630 Lord Fairfax Highway, Boyce, Va. For more information and to make reservations, please call 540.837.1375 or click here.

Live Jazz Sundays At Acadiana

Sun, May 21

Come by DC’s favorite Louisiana eatery, Acadiana, for Live Jazz Sundays. Enjoy a three course prix fixe menu of Southern favorites. $29/$39 at brunch, $39 at dinner. Brunch music 11:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Dinner music 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. 901 New York Avenue NW. For more information or to make a reservation, please click here.

Musical Brunch Featuring French Duo Jac & Co. At L’Auberge Chez Francois

Sun, May 21

Join L’Auberge Chez Francois for a musical brunch featuring Jac & Co, the delightful husband and wife duo. Corinne and Jacques Pellarin will serenade you with the eternal sounds of France as you enjoy a delicious brunch. Chef Jacques has created a special menu for the afternoon that includes unlimited cocktails and their newest brunch addition, Lobster and Crab Cake Benedict featuring local Indian Springs Farm eggs. $76.00 total per person. 11:00 a.m. 332 Springvale Road Great Falls, Va. For more information, please click here or call 703.759.3800 to register.

Nutrient Dense Foods Talk And Tasting

Sun, May 21

Slow Food DC and Snail of Approval winner Maple Avenue Market present Nutrient Dense Food – Slow Enough. Using dietary principles that have been passed down over centuries, Nutritional Therapist and Weston A. Price Foundation Chapter Leader Susan Blasko will discuss why nutrient dense food is good, clean, fair, safe, and sl-oooo-ww. Taste samples of the slower nutrient dense foods. See examples of these foods being prepared. Find out how and where to find traditional foods. 4:00 to 6:00 pm. 128 Maple Avenue East Vienna, VA. For more information click here.

Shavuot Cooking Class At Edlavitch JCC

Sun, May 21

Come cook a delicious meal for the holiday of Shavuot at the Edlavitch DCJCC. Chef and teacher Rebecca has worked as a personal chef and has taught cooking classes to a variety of audiences. $45 per parent and child pair. 10:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. 1529 16 Street NW. For more information, please click here.

Sunday Brunch At Policy Restaurant & Lounge

Sun, May 21

Come in for brunch at Policy Restaurant & Lounge and enjoy bottomless bloody marys and mimosas. They also have some new dishes for you to try, such as their churrasco & eggs arepa, chorizo & black bean patacon, and fried chicken & egg sandwich. $17.50 bottomless mimosas. 1904 14th Street NW. For more information or to make a reservation, please click here.

Taste Of Arlington

Sun, May 21

Enjoy 50+ restaurants, food trucks, and talented chefs who will serve up their specialties at this year’s Taste of Arlington festival along Wilson Boulevard in Ballston – from the most innovative concepts to international cuisine and under-the-radar eats. Sample the tastes, textures, smells and beautiful presentation of food at each restaurant tent. Taste of Arlington showcases the incredible energy and diversity of the region’s amazing food scene.  New this year is the addition of food trucks to the mix! Admission wristbands are $10. 12:00 noon until 6:00 p.m., rain or shine. Festival takes place along Wilson Boulevard from N. Randolph Street to N. Monroe Street, Arlington, Va. For more information and tickets, please click here.

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