More than 40 venues participating in the Washington, D.C. Passport Winter Edition 2-for-1 libations program

PassportProgramWhether it’s imbibing on a festive cocktail in the coziest spot in town or sipping your favorite craft brew alongside a crackling fireplace, The Washington D.C. Passport Winter Edition is now on sale and ready to heat up chilly nights with 2-for-1 libations. This pocket-sized book from The Passport Program brings you specials at the city’s best bars, restaurants, breweries and distilleries and this year the Winter Edition has an added perk – coffee.

“The coffee scene in each of the Passport cities is rich and brimming with world-class, bean-based beverages and coffee purveyors,” said Justin Schaffer, city program manager for The Passport Program. “Nights and weekends of craft exploration require fuel, so why not showcase a few top local coffee spots as well?”

The Passport Program is curated with the mission of highlighting the best of what participating cities have to offer, allowing locals and visitors alike to explore different neighborhoods and regions via 2-for-1 craft beverages. This year’s Washington D.C. Passport Winter Edition, valid Nov. 6 through April 15, features expanded dates, giving you 44 opportunities to score 2-for-1 deals until spring at establishments that range from tried-and-true favorites to specialty bars and coffee shops.

“With colder temps and snowflakes in the air, it can be easy to get lazy and curl up at home,” said Schaffer. “The Winter Edition is the perfect inspiration to get off the couch and meet an old pal for a drink, explore a new haunt with your partner, or make the trek to a cozy new brewery with a gang of friends. The end result is even more rewarding when the journey is chilly, but the companionship is warm.”

Participating Washington D.C. venues are: 1831 Bar & Lounge, All-Purpose Pizzeria Capital Riverfront, Barrel, Chatter, Chicken + Whiskey, CIRCA at Chinatown, City Winery DC, Colada Shop, Cotton & Reed, Crimson Diner + Whiskey Bar, DC Brau, Diet Starts Monday, Dirty Habit, El Chucho, Emissary, Grace Street Coffee Roasters, Halfsmoke, Ivy City Smokehouse, Jug & Table, La Tomate Italian Bistro, Lapis Bistro, Le DeSales, Le Grenier, Maple, Mola, Morris American Bar, Mr. Smith’s of Georgetown, MXDC Cocina Mexicana by Todd English, Nick’s Riverside Grill, One Eight Distilling, Penny Whisky Bar, Peregrine Espresso, Petworth Citizen, Republic Restoratives Distillery, Rocket Bar, Roofers Union, SLATE Wine Bar + Bistro, The Smith, Sospeso, Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place, Truxton Inn, Valor Brewpub.

Washington D.C. Passport Winter Edition cost $20 and can be purchased online. It can be delivered to your home for a small additional fee or picked up in person for no additional fee at a special launch party that will be held from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10. at Diet Starts Monday.

Troy Petenbrink

Troy, also known as The Gay Traveler, is a well known travel and food writer. His has been a regular contributor to a variety of outlets including National Geographic, Travel Channel, DCRefined, CBS Local, and Metro Weekly. He also appears on local Washington news outlets as a travel expert.

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