Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day Glendalough Distillery is hosting pop-up cocktail events at District-area bars.
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Just in time for spring — even though, with the snow this week, it’s somewhat delayed — Longhorn Steakhouse is unveiling some new menu items at its various locations around the DMV. Get ready for limited-time offerings such as the 14 oz. Delmonico steak, as well as Grilled Lamb Chops, Seasoned Steakhouse Wings and Strawberries & Cream Shortcake.
Weddings will certainly not go out of style in 2017, but there will be new trends in the matrimonial industry to look out for. Experts at George Street Photo & Video project that 2017 will be the year of the wedding hashtag.
It’s no coincidence that former President Barack Obama, Ivanka Trump and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos chose the hilltop neighborhood northwest of Dupont Circle. Kalorama — which means “beautiful view” in Greek — has been ranked as one of the wealthiest residential communities in the United States.
MGM National Harbor’s Ginger, located on the promenade level of MGM, Chinese, Thai, Vietnamese, Korean and Japanese cuisine are melded into amazing culinary enterprises by executive chef Andy Lau and his team.
Remember, we’ve all got to get through the holiday somehow. And as with every other time of the year, alcohol invariably makes it, if not all better, certainly more tolerable. For amateur oenophiles and serious wine drinkers alike, here are some bottles to keep your eyes open for as the holidays transition us into 2017.
Luxury haircutter Cristophe salon has unveiled a classy new look for its District location in Northwest. The District location — one of four in the company’s profile — has been patronized by the likes of the Clintons and other politicos for decades. The founder himself will even be on hand Wednesday evening as the business celebrates its grand reopening.
The holidays call for drinking, but then what doesn’t these days. Many vintners are unearthing special holiday-related deals that will help lubricate family gatherings as 2016 winds down — and thus help those verboten discussions about politics and religion, if not go smoother, at least hopefully be sooner forgotten.