In October, Drink Company's trio of pop-up bars is transforming into a spooky Halloween haunt.
A number of leading Washington restaurants, including Tail Up Goat, Rose's Luxury and Himitsu, are offering tropical cocktails and donating proceeds to Hurricane Irma relief efforts.
Choose from a traditional beer garden or an Oktoberfest party with wiener dog races and carnival games.
U Street Music Hall's Rumpus Room is a dance party for the whole family.
Supreme Core debuts its first ciders on Sept. 10, with the taproom near Ivy City opening later this year.
Bars are showing the biggest fight of the year with free admission, discounted drinks and post-bout DJs.
After word spread that President Trump had dismissed chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon, Shaw restaurant the Bird announced on Twitter that all happy hour drinks would cost $4.
Bars and restaurants are getting in on the act with themed cocktails, while museum and science facilities will have telescopes and experts on hand to field questions.
It tends to be more affordable than the bottled variety, and at a smaller serving size, it also offers drinkers greater flexibility.
After several months of aging and blending, the first ciders are ready to start flowing in Brightwood Park.
The most common complaint about D.C.'s restaurant scene? The rising price of food and drink. These happy hours remain a bargain.
Artechouse will also unveil a new immersive projection system that encompasses the gallery's main room with customized sound and light displays.
Celebrate at 3 Stars and Union Craft Brewing anniversary parties, pair beer and chili, or drink your favorite local beers on National IPA Day.
Hogo, Archipelago and the Truxton Inn are among the stops on the Tiki Trail this August.
Wishing you could fast-forward to a chillier time of year? Imagine it's the holiday season with gingerbread, turkey and strong beers.
Looking for an outdoor bar where you won't have to wait in line? Try one of these lesser-known options.
Three local breweries are throwing anniversary bashes, Pizzeria Paradiso is honoring IPAs and the Sovereign is focusing on Belgian sour ales.
Continental Beer Garden, at the corner of 19th and North Moore streets, features picnic tables, bocce courts and happy hour discounts on draft beer and wine.
Whether you're looking for a free gathering or an exclusive soiree, you'll find plenty of options this year.
This new bar, from the team behind Big Chief and Penn Social, features "grab and go" stations at the bar and food that's ready in three minutes.