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New Cocktail Just In Time For Patio Season – ENO Wine Bar at the Four Seasons is featuring a sparkling wine cocktail from abroad. Georgetown’s favorite wine bar is celebrating the warmer months with a new seasonal thirst-quencher and a variety of Riesling and Rosé wines. ENO Wine Bar is already preparing its drink list to suit the mood with its newest sip, The Hugo. Normally found across Europe during the warmer months, the cocktail is inspired by ENO’s manager and wine director, Hugo Lefevre. Originally from France, Lefevre improved the refreshing cocktail made with Prosecco, elderflower syrup, mint and a touch of lime for both locals, visitors and expatriates like himself! The cocktail is priced at $12 and is set to debut on June 21. If regulars are already in the seasonal spirt, ENO currently has over 20 different Rosé and Riesling selections to tickle the taste buds with the classic tastes of summer. (2810 Pennsylvania Avenue NW; 202.295.2826; enowinerooms.com) Rosé All May At Vinoteca – Vinoteca, wine bar and restaurant is hosting its first Rosé All May celebration dedicated to Rosé wines, sangria, cocktails, ciders, flights (three different rosé wines), and more. This wine bar will feature Rosé every way imaginable…on draft, by the glass, bottle specials, housemade vermouth and boozy ice cream floats! Vinoteca’s outdoor plaza bar will be decked-out with climbing roses, fresh flowers and lush greenery. Sommelier Kate Chrisman has always loved rosé and wanted to go all out and showcase her favorite Spring wine in a variety of unique ways. She even found a high quality, natural kegged rosé, which will be served on draft. Even cider lovers can get their rosé fix with colorful bottles of rosé cider made exclusively from apples grown in upstate New York. (1940 11th Street NW; 202.332.9463; vinotecadc.com)   Cheers to That! Kyirisan Does Happy Hour – Chef Tim Ma and the team of Kyirisan is now offering a happy hour Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the bar only. The happy hour will offer half price wings, Sapporo, their wine on tap and select cocktails. (1924 8th St NW, Suite 140; 202.525.2383; kyirisandc.com)

New Lunch Happy Hour – Tredici Enoteca at The St. Gregory Hotel now has a new happy hour menu, available exclusively during weekday lunch (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Included on the menu is beer, wine, and specialty cocktails. Favorite sip, the Lambrusco Mojito with Viceroy rum, coconut purée, lemon juice, simple syrup, and Aperol ($8). (2033 M Street NW; 202.888.2899; tredicidc.com)

DMV Restaurants Come Together for the 3rd Annual GaMay – Max Kuller, president of Fat Baby Inc. (Proof, Estadio, doi moi and 2 Birds 1 Stone), is once again spearheading GaMay, a month-long celebration of Gamay wine to raise funds for pancreatic cancer research. He aims to bring attention to one of the most delicious, yet underrated grape varieties while raising money for the Lustgarten Foundation throughout the month of May. GaMay is a tribute to Mark Kuller, Max’s father, tax attorney turned restaurateur who passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2014. GaMay has raised thousands with the help of 25 local restaurants, bars, wineries and distributors. All four of Fat Baby Inc.’s restaurants are participating, as well as other partners such as, 1789 Restaurant, Iron Gate, The Partisan, and Weygandt Wines. (For more information and updates on participants visit ga-may.com) Hawaiian Happy Hour and Get Lei’d Aloha Fridays – Hula Girl Bar and Grill, has launched a Hawaiian happy hour with a variety of beers from Hawaii, wines and classic and tropical drinks including Hula Girl Punch (coconut rum and tropical juices) at special prices. Leis for all on Fridays! (4044 Campbell Avenue, Arlington, VA; 703.998.4853; hulagirlbarandgrill.com) New Happy Hour -- Policy Restaurant & Lounge has launched a new Saturday Happy Hour running from 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. Beer starts at $4.50 and wine at $5.50. Cocktails—like a Lavender Collins—start at at $6.50. New spring dishes from Executive Chef Lonnie Zoeller include mushroom arepa ($9, cheese, jalapeno, scallion, corn emulsion), chicharron arepa ($9, mango, cucumber, cilantro dressing), roasted peppers patacón ($7, cotija, avocado dressing), chorizo patacón ($7, black beans, cheese, chimichurri), and more. (1904 14 Street NW; 202.387.7654; policydc.com)