Posts Tagged ‘Savor’

Where to Drink During SAVOR Week

Out of over 70 events to choose from, here are highlights for each day of the week.

Gird Your Liver! It’s Savor Week

Tickets to this weekend's Savor beer festival, one of the brewing community's most anticipated events of the year, may be long gone. But if you're not going, that doesn't mean your buzz needs to suffer. For the fifth year in a row, bars and restaurants throughout D.C. are taking advantage of having so many talented American […]

The Super List: Beers to Try This Summer

When D.C. weather is as hot and sticky as it has been the past few weeks, staying inside and popping open a cold one is about the only thing you can do. I keep track of all the suds I consume and from time to time offer a "Super List" of the ones I feel […]

Midwest Cult Craft Beer Arrives in D.C.

If you have any friends from Kansas City, you've probably already had a bottle of Boulevard Brewing Company beer enthusiastically shoved in your face. Hometown pride runs deep, but D.C.'s Midwest transplants aren't the only ones celebrating the fact that the Missouri-based craft brewery has started sending its suds to the area. You may have […]

Today’s Hops Stories: The Latest News On Local Brews

Nearly a dozen breweries are now operating or planning to open in the D.C. metro area. Let's catch up on what's going on with each one. On the production brewery front, DC Brau, which you named D.C.'s best local brewery in our 2012 readers poll, celebrated its first anniversary (has it been a year already?) and six-packs […]

What To Eat Tonight: ‘Peace In The Middle East,’ A Brisket-Falafel Sandwich, at Fruit Bat

Achieving true peace in the Middle East may seem hard to imagine. For now, we can at least enjoy its culinary equivalent. I'm referring, of course, to the "Peace In The Middle East" sandwiches that Pound The Hill's Kahlil Ghannam will be in the kitchen making tonight on special at Fruit Bat.  Blending brisket and […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Montana-Made Absinthe Edition

Check out The Oval Room's pretzel and beer pasta, among other suds-soaked dishes around town. [Express Night Out] Shaw's Eagle Restaurant is re-branded as Northern Restaurant but keeps its Ethiopian theme. [Prince of Petworth] Feast your eyes on Zaytinya's Easter menu [BYT] Try the lamb ragù tagliatelle and Montana-made absinthe at Maple, opening tonight. [Urban […]

Last Night’s Leftovers: Cheesy Pasta Heyday Edition

Two clowns start a food truck. No joke. It's called Cirque Cuisine. [HuffPo] The CapMac truck embraces America's cheesy pasta renaissance. [Yahoo] D.C. food trucks, in pictures [Post] Olive Garden critic Marilyn Hagerty is invited to dine at National Harbor's Bond 45. [WUSA] Boundary Road's Brad Walker tries to cook everything the right way. [Post] […]

Lagerheads’ Top 10 Sips at Savor 2011

The foam has finally settled since D.C. was taken over by Savor and the week of revelry that accompanies the annual craft beer and food event. Two evening sessions at the National Building Museum brought 144 beers from 72 small and independent U.S. brewers, each paired with one of 42 different small dishes planned by our very […]

Tipsy Tips From Lagerheads: 15 Breweries to Check Out at Savor

Some of us have been drinking all week, but tonight the real party starts as Savor officially descends upon D.C. The Brewers Association, the trade group putting on the craft beer and food event, is taking over the National Building Museum for two nights of revelry. The great hall will be flush with reps from 72 American […]

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