Monthly Archives: September 2017

All that avocado toast making a dent on your wallet? Don’t let a shortage of funds stop you from enjoying D.C.’s brunch circuit.

Celebrate Oktoberfest with racing dachshunds, or visit a creepy new Halloween bar from the same folks behind the 'Game of Thrones' pop-up.

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  • Sep 28
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Say hello to the Wharf and “Mean Girls," and say farewell to Cantina Marina.

The Los Angeles-based chain's first location in D.C. offers ramen bowls, mini tacos, rice bowls, small plates, snacks and curries in a dining room that's much larger than those belonging to its local competitors.

"The Lover” and “The Collection,” a double bill of comic short plays by English playwright Harold Pinter, open Tuesday at the Lansburgh Theatre.

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The chain's founder, Jeni Britton Bauer, is credited with creating salted caramel ice cream. Expect that flavor, plus almost 20 others, at the new D.C. shop, where Bauer says they'll hand out free treats until everyone in line gets a taste.

Expect an action-packed weekend of art and museum events, including Art All Night, Museum Day Live and the anniversary of the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

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The first 10,000 new or existing Lyft users to claim a special code posted on Budweiser's Facebook and Instagram accounts on Thursdays will receive two $10 ride credits.

In October, Drink Company's trio of pop-up bars is transforming into a spooky haunt.

Lil'B Coffee Bar and Eatery serves grits, pimento grilled cheese and shrimp rolls for a steal.

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