10 Fun Foods Situations All over DC This Weekend

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Glover Park Spanish restaurant Xiquet (2404 Wisconsin Ave., NW) is launching a two-hour 14-class menu, which will operate during August. Valencian-motivated dishes involve grilled octopus with Osetra caviar and orange pearls sea cucumber with sobresada and paella with duck confit, foie gras, and figs. The evening meal is $210 for every individual wine pairings are an more $190. Make a reservation on Tock.

Following a thirty day period-extended renovation, downtown DC Indian institution The Bombay Club (815 Connecticut Ave., NW) has reopened this 7 days. Owner Ashok Bajaj has up-to-date a lot more than just the interior structure. New menu items involve Crab kori roti, a duck kebab with goat cheese, and a entire goat leg for two.

EatWell DC has declared that August is Tomato Pageant Month at a few Logan Circle dining places. All over the month, the Pig, Commissary, and Logan Tavern will showcase dishes manufactured with tomatoes from the restaurant group’s farm. Among the dishes you will obtain: tomato panna cotta with basil syrup at the Pig (1320 14th St., NW) pan-roasted rockfish with cherry tomatoes and tomato agrodolce at Logan Tavern (1413 P St., NW) and espelette-spiced shrimp with olive-oil-poached tomato ragu at Commissary (1443 P St., NW).

It’s the second weekend of anniversary celebrations at Maryland’s Guinness Open Gate Brewery (5001 Washington Blvd., Halethorpe). Two new beers—a honey amber ale and barrel-aged grand cru—will be unveiled today, August 5. The festivities, which run all weekend, consist of live new music, food specials, and every day giveaways. Examine out the entire timetable in this article.

Atlas Brew Works is celebrating Nationwide IPA Day now, August 5. End by the beermaker’s Ivy City tap space (2052 West Virginia Ave., NE) for $1 off all IPAs—including pints, six-packs, and growler refills.

Find out to make empanadas from scratch with a demonstration class and tasting tonight, August 5, at Store Built in DC in Georgetown (1353 Wisconsin Ave., NW). It operates from 5 to 7 PM and costs $50 per particular person.

Allegory bar, photograph by Kimberly Kong.

Allegory (1201 K St., NW), the bar within downtown DC’s Eaton Lodge, reopens on Friday, August 6. A new cocktail menu pairs an Alice in Wonderland concept with beverages encouraged by Ruby Bridges’s tale of systemic racial bias. The $16 cocktails incorporate By means of My Eyes, a highball named just after Bridges’ memoir, and Mad as a Hatter, with tequila, apple brandy, vermouth, and butter. Go down the rabbit gap commencing at 5 PM.

Compass Espresso is doling out free of charge coffee beverages this weekend. End by the Georgetown area (1351 Wisconsin Ave., NW) amongst 7 AM and 3 PM on Friday, August 6, and the Shaw roastery (1535 Seventh St., NW) between 7 AM and 5 PM on Saturday, August 7.

In honor of its fifth anniversary, beer shop Craft Beer Cellar (301 H St., NE) is stocking a restricted volume of tricky-to-come across brews. Prevent by for a wide variety of styles from the Referend Bier Blendery, Brew Gentlemen, Dancing Gnome, Grist Home Craft Brewery, Drekker, and Drowned Lands. Area your orders starting Saturday, August 7 at 9 AM on-line and 10 AM in-store.

Join veteran DC chef Roberto Donna—formerly of the late Italian institution Galileo— in his Arlington household on Saturday, August 7 for a five-program tasting menu. He’ll serve chilled avocado soup handmade ravioli poached halibut and crème brûlée. The meal, $135 for every human being, begins at 6 PM. Reserve with Festi or by calling 202-257-0168.

Maya Pottiger