Posts Tagged ‘Nationals Park’

Meatless Eats at Nationals Park: A Vegetarian’s Batting Rotation

Although the view of Shane Victorino's backside kept me fairly sated at a recent Nationals vs. Phillies game, I also required some real food in between sips of my $7 pint of Miller Lite. My boyfriend, a regular meat eater, ordered easily from the server in the 100 section of center field. Our limited menu […]

Shake Shack D.C. Will Stick With New York Meat Man’s Cold, Coarse Grind

Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group confirmed this week that New York meat master Pat La Frieda will be supplying the burger patties for both forthcoming D.C. locations of the company's popular Shake Shack chain. According to a company spokesperson, the D.C. shacks, located in Dupont Circle and at Nationals Park, are each expected to […]

Wednesday’s Beerspotter Picks for D.C. Beer Week

Readers have been quick to point out that not all Beer Week events are created equal. While draft rarities and discount specials are always welcome, a $5 pint hardly constitutes a special night unto itself, even if D.C. drink prices often approach Ticketmaster-level robbery. The best things in life are free, so start with some […]

D.C. Beer Week Starts Friday: What’s In Store?

Early this month we posted a sneak peek at D.C. Beer Week, a celebration that will feature craft beer focused events and specials at bars and restaurants starting this Friday, August 20, and running through Saturday, August 28. There are already over 40 special events planned for the second annual city-wide craft beer festival. Your […]

Get Ready: D.C. Beer Week 2010 Is Coming

Last year local beer enthusiasts enjoyed the first official D.C. Beer Week, organized by Teddy Folkman of Granville Moore's fame and a host of other local beer industry insiders. The hangover-inspiring sequel is planned to run from Friday, August 20, to Saturday, August 28 this year, and the week is shaping up nicely. In addition […]

Verizon Center Is No. 1! In Mouse Droppings!

ESPN's Outside the Lines recently published the findings of its examination of health department inspection reports for the 107 venues that hosted teams last year in four leagues:  the NFL, MLB, NHL, and the NBA. Thirty of those venues had terribly filthy report cards: Half the vendors in those 30 stadiums and arenas were cited […]

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