Hip Hop Pop-up —Hennessy and Union District Oyster Bar & Lounge welcome the world’s largest collection of authentic Hip-Hop artifacts and memorabilia with the “The Hip-Hop Museum Pop-Up Experience,” created and curated by The Source magazine founder and D.C. native Dave Mays. The five-week food and music pop-up has kicked off and you can expect a summer-long jam session complete with a Hip-Hop Happy Hour Monday through Friday, panel discussions, appearances by Hip-Hop legends and much more.
Chefs For Equality — For the eighth consecutive year, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation and prominent food writer David Hagedorn, along with Christopher Vazquez and Rick Davis of Amaryllis Floral + Event Design, are bringing together the capital region’s top culinary talent for Chefs for Equality — Washington’s premier food event. The evening of food, cocktails, and music to benefit the fight for full LGBTQ equality will be held on Tuesday, October 22, 2019, for the second consecutive year at the Washington National Cathedral. In addition to the impressive fare, the event will feature live and silent auctions. All proceeds benefit the HRC Foundation.