Tomorrow’s Taco Tuesday, Oct. 4, is extra special–it’s also National Taco Day 2022. Here are some great spots in the DMV to celebrate.
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“Spirit Halloween: The Movie” is available for early screening at DC’s Gallery Place 14 Theatre, Friday, Sept. 30 through Thursday, Oct. 6.
Known for its contemporary Indian cuisine, Bollywood Bistro is celebrating 13 years in business with a special limited-time dining experience.
When it comes to finding one of the country’s favorite eats in the DMV, there are plenty of options. Here are a few of our favorites:
Chef Jose Andres’ Spanish Diner in downtown Bethesda is celebrating World Paella Day (Sept. 20) with its annual two-week Paella Fest.
The Maryland Wine Festival returns this weekend to the Carroll County Farm Museum for its 38th annual celebration of Maryland wine. Attendees have the opportunity to tour the grounds of the museum while exploring local wines, shopping from juried artisans, and grooving to live music.
The JW Marriott Washington, DC has brought the Le Petit Chef: An Immersive Dining Experience to the nation’s capital — what Forbes has described as “an animated 4D delight to watch.”
The area’s amusement parks are preparing for Halloween with a lineup of family-friendly daytime events for guests of all ages and spooking evening events geared towards teens and adults.
DC Bike Ride presented by CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield and Events DC will take place this Saturday, Sept. 10, with an 8 a.m. start time and 12 p.m. finish time. This half-day event includes a 20-mile bike ride and finish celebration. The route starts in West Potomac Park, SW, crosses through two of the city’s eight wards and ends on Maryland Avenue at 3rd Street, SW.