Posts Tagged ‘belga café’

What To Eat (And Drink) Today: Genever-Paired Grub at Belga Cafe, Wines Galore at 2100 Prime

Tonight, the newly rebranded 2100 Prime (ex-Jockey Club) caters a splashy—and I mean, splashy!—opening reception for the Capital Wine Festival at the Fairfax Hotel. Sip on samples from two Virginia wineries, Leesburg's Tarara Vineyards and Middleburg's Boxwood Vineyards, and some 45 others. Admission is $65 per person, with buffet fare included. Across town, Belga Cafe […]

What To Eat Today: Free Fuel Pizza (If You Hurry)

At noon today, the new Fuel Pizza opens on K Street NW. The first 50 people in line will win a year's worth of free food. Well, sort of, anyway. Washingtonian explains: "Each will receive a coupon book with one gratis item every week for 52 weeks, ranging from a combo meal to a whole […]

This Week In Beer: Rare Nordic Brews at ChurchKey, Flying Dog Oyster Stout at Hank’s, Schlafly Flights at Meridian Pint & More

The days leading up to Thanksgiving are usually a slow time for tippling. But this week has no shortage of beer events. For those whose thirst for craft beer simply can't wait until post-turkey revelry, my picks for the week are below. Get more details about these and more events by clicking on them in […]

This Week in Beer: Mikkeller Barrel-Aged Series at ChurchKey, Williamsburg Alewerks at Dino, Last Week for JulyPAs at Pizzeria Paradiso & More

The week in beer is here! Find details for any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above or read on for a quick overview of the week in brew. There are two huge events on Monday night at ChurchKey. First is a draft night featuring an education in barrel aged beer courtesy of Mikkeller. The […]

This Week In Beer: Cantillon at ChurchKey, Brooklyn Concoction at Ella’s, Starr Hill at Rustico & Local Brews at Smith Commons

You know the drill. Here's what's going on in the D.C. area craft beer scene this week. Read on for a rundown, or click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for more details. On Monday, ChurchKey is dusting off a rare keg from the Senne Valley in Belgium, where some profess is […]

Brew at the Zoo: Where’s All The Local Craft Beer?

Brew at the Zoo, the annual outdoor beer tasting event hosted by the National Zoo, will pair biology and the buzzed on July 14. The suds-filled soiree, which attracts some 40 breweries and about 2,000 thirsty guests each year, regularly sells out weeks in advance. As of Thursday, there were still about 600 tickets available. Why? […]

Belga Café: D.C.’s Newest Power Lunch Hot Spot

When we think of D.C. restaurants synonymous with the term "power lunch," several venues immediately come to mind: The Monocle, Bombay Club, Oval Room, Tosca, Charlie Palmer Steak, to name a few. But...Belga Café? That's a new one. The "little bit of Brussels" on Barracks Row oddly kicks off a recent USA Today travel article […]

This Week In Beer: Epic Brewing Takeover, Lambics on Cask, New Belgium Summer, Craft Beer Handy Hour and More

The week of organized beer fun includes rare brew nights, tasting dinners, and you can even enjoy craft beer while making art. Read on for my picks and for more details on any event, click on it in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above. PICK #1: On Tuesday starting at 5 p.m., the taps at Meridian Pint […]

Quick Feeding: Trystian Inspiration and Belgian Chef Secrets

International Secrets: Where does the Belgian Embassy's chef like to eat when he's not cooking? Belga Café, naturally. Also, Et Voila, Brasserie Beck, and Marvin. [Eater D.C.] Trysts Everywhere! As the folks behind Tryst look to open a similar type of place in Columbia Heights, the owners of Fly Lounge are looking to open a […]

This Week in Beer: DC Brau Launch, Flying Dog Exclusive, Brew Cruise and More

It's another big week for craft beer fans in D.C. There is plenty to do from fancy multi-course pairing dinners to casual pay-as-you-drink draft nights and even a beer cruise on the Potomac. Read on for my picks or click on any event in the D.C. Beer Events Calendar above for more details. My pick of […]

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