Monthly Archives: May 2017

It's getting much easier to find good and filling plant-based meals in Washington.

Taste some of the best beers in America at these tap takeovers, happy hours and brunches.

Explore the inaugural exhibition of Artechouse, a new gallery space showcasing digital art.

  • Going Out Guide staff
  • ·
  • Events
  • ·
  • May 30
  • ·

Greg Johnson, Anxo's new cider maker, plans to produce ciders that are rarely made in urban settings in the U.S.

Head out of the city to find some tasty smoked meats.

Catch the National Memorial Day Parade on Constitution Avenue NW, and celebrate the JFK centennial at the Kennedy Center.

  • Going Out Guide staff
  • ·
  • Events
  • ·
  • May 25
  • ·

Catch Old Crow Medicine Show at the Lincoln Theatre, and see two exhibitions celebrating the German artist Markus Lüpertz at the Hirshhorn Museum and the Phillips Collection.

  • Going Out Guide staff
  • ·
  • Events
  • ·
  • May 22
  • ·

Whether you're in the mood for breakfast pizza, carved meats or pastries, one of these options will fit the bill.

Chef-driven restaurants in Washington are increasingly turning to the classic frozen treat, with such flavors as strawberry with Campari jam and vanilla with Meyer lemon curd.

Celebrate Ocelot Brewing's second anniversary, and try food from more than 50 restaurants and food trucks at Taste of Arlington.

  • Going Out Guide staff
  • ·
  • Events
  • ·
  • May 18
  • ·
Load More
Most Read
subscribe
The story must be told.
Subscribe to The Washington Post

goingoutguide

going-out-guide

Success! Check your inbox for details.

See all newsletters