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Great Bites and Sips at the Great Taste of Tysons

The fun and sun of Memorial Day may be a memory, but the summer festival season is just beginning. Start things off right with a brand new festival premiering this weekend in Virginia. Head to Lerner Town Square at Tysons II this Saturday and Sunday for the Great Taste of Tysons, a food and wine festival [...]

DC Meat Week

Meat Week 2013: A “Low and Slow” Affair to Remember

It was four years ago that Washington, DC took its first steps down a wonderful and historic path. Now, I am not talking about the election of a politician or the signing of a bill. No dear readers, I am talking about a glorious week known as Meat Week. For 2013, this annual tradition will [...]

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Beer and Food Trucks and Glow Sticks! Oh My!

Fall is upon finally upon us. While some people lamented the end of summer, LivingSocial(you know, that company synonymous with DC) decided that the best way to send off board shorts was with a festival. But not just any festival … with a Craft Beer and Food Truck Festival!
Crowds packed — and I do mean PACKED—the [...]


9:30 Club hosts street fusion of beats, eats, and booze

Two of DC’s boldest cultural aspects – tasty food and “groovy” music – came together for the 3rd Annual Soundbites, a local charity event last Sunday, May 20th at the 9:30 Club (815 V St., NW). The annual fundraiser which raised more than $50,000 was bigger than ever and took up over half of [...]


Ticket Giveaway to Soundbites: Food + Music + Charity

DC Central Kitchen and the 9:30 Club will host the 3rd Annual Sound Bites charity concert featuring food you crave and music that you love with proceeds benefiting DCCK, a national leader for combating hunger and creating opportunities for individuals in need. The event will be held at the 9:30 Club (815 V St., NW). [...]

The Cherry Blossom Festival 2011 Concludes Today.

Every year, spring in Washington, DC is signified by the blooming Cherry Blossom trees, turning the sky pink around the Tidal Basin and filling the streets with admirers. Today, the National Cherry Blossom Festival comes to a close, but spring in nowhere in sight. We had a few unseasonably warm days in the last [...]

Foodie Itinerary This Weekend: Food Trucks Crawl at the Southwest Waterfront Festival

This Saturday, April 2nd, in conjunction with the National Cherry Blossom Festival, the Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival plans on hosting the largest mobile food crawl of 2011. The developers of The Wharf (Madison Marquette and PN Hoffman) have invited nine of DC’s favorite food trucks to participate in the event. The food trucks [...]