It's an action-packed long weekend. Here are your best bets.
Monthly Archives: August 2017
Catch Verdi at Nationals Park, stay up late exploring D.C.'s art scene and sample craft beers from around the world.
Located inside the Block in Annandale, the stand serves over-the-top frozen concoctions that taste just as good as they look.
The massive, 17,000 square-foot building includes a restaurant, a tasting bar and a production facility.
It's your last chance for late-night fun at the Hirshhorn Museum and the National Building Museum's “Hive."
Bars are showing the biggest fight of the year with free admission, discounted drinks and post-bout DJs.
DJ Dave Nada — who created the electronic dance music moombahton in D.C. — returns to town for a party at U Street Music Hall.
The wok-charred carrots at the Source are a spicy, sweet, tangy, umami-rich explosion of flavor that confuses and delights all at once.
An increasing number of fancy-casual restaurants, falling somewhere between sit-down eateries and the Chipotles of the world, are opening across the country.
One of the area's largest outdoor film festivals returns to the lawn at Strathmore with the 2016 Disney film “Moana."