Events - 3 Aug 17

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SummerFest At Gaylord National Featuring Music Of America

Fri, May 26 - Mon, Sep 04

This Memorial Day through Labor Day, Gaylord National Resort offers a vacation destination like no other. Enjoy Aquafina Summer movie matinees, music mystery scavenger hunt and the Summer PJ party featuring a silent disco party. Throughout the summer celebration, Gaylord National will play homage to American Music – including jazz, country music and more – with first-class musical performers throughout the hotel and restaurants. The best way to experience SummerFest is to spend the night with the Gaylord National Resort. Music of America package includes accommodations, $100 resort credit, two Capital Wheel tickets, and self-parking. $299 per night. 201 Waterfront Street National Harbor, Md. For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here.

Game Of Thrones Pop-Up Bar

Wed, Jun 21 - Sun, Aug 27

The most anticipated pop-up of the summer is coming. Drink Company and Ommegang Brewery presents the Game of Thrones Pop-Up Bar (PUB), in the spaces formerly known as Mockingbird Hill, Southern Efficiency, and Eat the Rich. At the Game of Thrones PUB, you will visit scenes from the North, the Red Keep, Mereen, the House of Black and White, and the Throne Room. Cocktails such as What is Dead May Never Die and The Lannisters Send their Regards will be paired with the show’s soundtrack. Swords, dragons, horns, and an Iron Throne help celebrate the show’s summer return. The Red Keep features the Armory, where you can pledge allegiance to your house banners, and take a picture as the flayed man on a custom piece built by The Strong Oaks Woodshop. Just not during the show itself when the bar will be closed. Ommegang Brewery’s Bend the Knee, the official Game of Thrones beer, will be on draft. Monday – Thursday, 5:00 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., Friday – Saturday, 5:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Sunday, 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. 1839-1843 7th Street NW. For more information, please click here.

Brain Food’s Home Grown Mini-Market

Thu, Aug 03

Brain Food’s Homegrown production team has been hard at work developing tasty summer treats to share with you at their Summer Mini Market. Stop by for samples, snacks, and meet their awesome kitchen team. 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. 900 Massachusetts Avenue NW. For more information please click here.

Burrata Class And Wine Pairing At Proof

Thu, Aug 03

FRESHFARM is partnering with Proof to bring you farmers market cooking classes with Executive Chef Austin Fausett. Tour and shop the market with Chef Austin, selecting fresh produce, meat, and other market goods. Then head around the block to Proof, where Chef Austin will lead a cooking class, followed by a meal with wine pairings. Each class is $60 per person, or you can sign up for the series of four classes for $200. 5:15 to 7:00 p.m. 775 G Street Northwest. To purchase tickets or more information click here.

Canteen, NRG’s Seasonal Pop Up Beer Garden

Thu, Aug 03 - Sun, Aug 06

This summer, be sure to visit Canteen, NRG’s seasonal pop up beer garden. The roving beer garden will plant roots at its new location with 20 beer drafts (twice as many as last year) as well as two additional handles dedicated to ciders, a selection of summer sipping wines (white and rosé, naturally), and the infamous bourbon slushy will return. You can expect the very best craft beers sourced locally, nationally, and from overseas. They will be pouring classic German-style lagers, like Mahrs Bräu Kellerbier Ungespundet Hefetrüb; bone-dry Belgian ales, including De Ranke Simplex and De la Senne Taras Boulba; outstanding local hop-driven offerings, The Veil’s Sitdwn and BHUMBL among them, not to mention a fresh, rare keg of Double Dry-Hopped Sungazer, from Charles Towne Fermentory in South Carolina; and some delicious sours, like Grimm Cube: Cuvee #4, J.Wakefield Stush, and Upland Cursed Kettles. Red Apron will once again curate a few food items, in addition to local food trucks visiting all summer long. Plus, given the amazing offerings by their new neighbors, they’re encouraging Canteen guests to bring in outside food from spots like Kyrisan, Glenn’s Garden Market, and Haikan. Opens 4:00 p.m. Thursdays & Fridays. Opens 12:00 p.m. Saturdays & Sundays. 1923 9th Street NW.

Garden Tours At The American History Museum

Thu, Aug 03

“Common Ground, Our American Garden,” complements the “Many Voices, One Nation” exhibition and borders the museum’s building, sharing stories of memory, healing, discovery and ingenuity. Many peoples and their plants have left a mark on the American landscape. Our gardens include plants that were found here, brought from other countries or passed down by seed or shared with neighbors. These plants now represent a shared American heritage. Join The National Museum of American History as they take you through a tour of the gardens. 9:30 a.m. Tours meet on the National Mall side of the Museum’s entrance on Madison Dr, between 12th and 14th Streets. For more information please call 202.633.1000.

Granville Moore’s Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Thu, Aug 03 - Thu, Aug 10

H Street’s Granville Moore’s turns 10 years old. To celebrate, the crew has put together new beer and food menus, and are running some exciting specials. The beer menu, under the guidance of new beer monger Brendan Kilroy, features the Belgian classics and Trappist ales that Granville’s has always been known for. In the kitchen, chef Teddy Folkman has put together a menu highlighting some of the most popular items throughout the decade at Granville Moore’s. Brisket steak and cheese, the new and improved veggie burger, and asparagus soup with porcini are some of the delicious things that are back. 1238 H Street NE. For more information please click here.

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