DC Cocktail Week is happening now at more than 50 locations

Gypsy Kitchen’s Sombreada (white port and elderflower tonic) and Tirokroketes (a trio of crispy cheeses, romesco, greek honey, and pepper relish) pairing, available for $18.

DC Cocktail Week, presented by Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), officially kicked off today and continues through Sunday, Dec. 4. Guests have the opportunity to enjoy cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages paired with food bites, cocktail classes, tasting dinners, happy hours, and other happenings at restaurants throughout the region.

More than 50 restaurants and venues are participating in the week-long cocktail celebration this year including Michelin-starred Bresca and Cranes. First-time Virginia participants include Wren and Yume Sushi; first-time Maryland participants include J. Hollinger’s Waterman Chophouse and The Dish & Dram; and first-time DC participants include Michele’s as well as newly opened Tight Five Pub, the District’s first rugby fan bar, and Vagabond, a beach-themed restaurant in Dupont.

A full list of participating restaurants, offered pairings, in-house events, and other DC Cocktail Week happenings, is available at www.dccocktailweek.com.

Users of Alto, an on-demand rideshare company and official sponsor of DC Cocktail Week, can get $15 off two rides with promo code COCKTAIL.

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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