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Bottomless Drinks — The Alex Speakeasy has added bottomless drink options to their weekend brunch menu, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm on Saturdays and Sundays, you can choose from bottomless mimosas or bloody marys and an entrée dish for ($35). If you are not interested in bottomless you can still enjoy refills for ($1).
 
Baseball and Beer — All-Purpose in Capitol Riverfront will be launching their new "Head to Head Series" for the Nationals Opening Weekend March 28 - 31. For select series in the 2019 season, All-Purpose will pit local brews from DC Brau against a brewery from the city of the visiting team in a friendly competition at the restaurant before and after the games. The first series is March 28 - 31 when the Nationals face the Yankees and All-Purpose Capitol Riverfront will feature DC Brau's Joint Resolution and Full Count as well as New York-based SingleCut Beersmith's Weird & Gilly IPA and Plaintop Pilsner.
 
Gose Anyone? — Atlas Brew Works has brought back its light-bodied and effervescent Blood Orange Gose, brewed with blood orange and Himalayan pink salt, and available all year. Atlas is holding a celebration at Crescent Beer & Wine in Bowie, the first Maryland store to carry the beer this year. From 5 pm to 8 pm, guests are invited to meet Founder & CEO Justin Cox and Head Brewer Daniel Vilarrubi, while sipping on some limited releases and other Atlas favorites on draft.

Rosé all Day — Commissary has introduced a restaurant-wide rosé garden  April 1st, right as spring gets into the swing of things. You can enjoy a special menu of carefully-selected rosé wines, cider, hand-crafted signature cocktails, and frosé. The menu stars one of the most recognizable brands and bottles, Wolffer Estate’s floral-print Summer in a Bottle, rosé gin, and cider. Executive Chef Victor Garcias has also curated food specials meant to perfectly pair with the light, crisp and refreshing flavor of rosé. Their indoor rosé garden will basically be a real-life interpretation of Wolffer Estate’s stunning rosé bottle, fashioned in a rainbow of flowers, butterflies, twinkling lights, Spanish moss and other elements of a beautiful day in The Hamptons, perfect for sipping rosé all day. Sprawling across the entire restaurant, the rosé garden menu is available all day, in addition to Commissary’s regular menus.

Travel to Japan — Destination Wedding is taking you on a trip to Japan with their Destination Osaka pop-up bar, The cocktail bar will feature special cocktails inspired by Japanese flavors and culture in addition to their regular menu. The bar will be transformed with cherry blossom branches, lanterns and an alcove turned into the Dotonbori district in Osaka with neon lights, ramen shop signs and an image of the famous Gilco billboard that features a runner crossing a finish line. Cocktail include: Red Tide: (Suntori Toki Whiskey with sweet vermouth, cherry bark, and Angostura bitters. Served with a smoked black tea ice cube and topped with a Campari concentrate mousse); Midori Shower:(A Japanese Ramune soda bottle filled with a carbonated cocktail made with Midori, shochu and citrus) The Coldest Tea : (A frozen blend of matcha, sake, shochu, fermented coconut milk and citrus topped with black sesame); and more.
 
The Travel Guide — Quadrant, located within The Ritz-Carlton, Washington, D.C., has a new cocktail program the “Traveler’s Journal” cocktail menu. The 80+ page travel-themed menu focuses beverages from around the world, telling the story of cocktail creations that helped shape today’s world of mixology. Lead Mixologist Chris Mendenhall, known for his introduction of Sound-Aged Whiskey last spring, has added to the new menu a lineup of nearly 25 original cocktail recipes he created using culinary techniques, as well as an expanded sound-aged spirits selection. The cocktail list includes  Cherry Blossoms in a Glass:( Japanese whiskey, Amaretto, house plum and cherry syrup, fresh orange juice); Chestnuts Roasting in the Caribbean: (Rum, Port wine, chestnut vanilla bean syrup, fresh lemon juice, cream, chocolate bitters; Liquid Ice Cream: (Bourbon, cherries, vanilla bean, coconut syrup, chocolate bitters, cream); Sound “Aged” Negroni: (Gin, sweet vermouth sound-aged in American oak soaked in Cabernet) and more