Biergarten Haus, the city's largest -- and only -- German-style beer garden, is poised to bring bratwurst, hefeweizen and strolling accordion players to 1355 H St. NE in about three weeks. (There's still some construction to be done, says co-owner Aaron McGovern, and the target date is "early-to-mid April.")
The forces are aligned for a picnic-perfect weekend. We provide picnic spots and sandwich shops.
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Want to celebrate the arrival of March Madness -- and beautiful weather -- at a sports bar with a large outdoor patio or a TV-laden rooftop deck.
Today was my first day in 2010 that I ventured forth into the city without any form of outerwear, not even a hoodie. I almost did cartwheels down the street. Many of you are feeling the same way so we'll...
A few marquee events going on sale this week: Pearl Jam, May 13 at Jiffy Lube Live, comedian Aziz Ansari, Sept. 17 at the Warner Theatre and the 2011 Men's NCAA Basketball Tournament at the Verizon Center.
Feel like you're outside at the Kogod Courtyard. Live jazz is on tap for happy hour there this Thursday in the free Take Five! series.
There are lots of intriguing developments on the food front this week, but you'll have to be patient to taste them all. Most of the changes won't take place until this summer. Here's a sneak peek.
Aeroplane will be the first of many big name acts to appear at the brand new U Street Music Hall. (Courtesy of William Morris Agency) The Warehouse hosts its second straight big show this weekend when Chicago deep dance...
It may not feel much like boating weather today, but really its right around the corner. For boat-owning locals in the know that means its almost time for a trip to Tim's Rivershore Restaurant & Crabhouse. The Prince William County seafood spot serves generous baskets of shellfish right on the water. Tim's patrons arrive by boat, car and bike and clearly care more about the quality of their beer and steamer baskets than they do about the size of their cabin-cruiser -- it's the anti-Georgetown Waterfront.
Save yourself some cash this week. We'll tell you how to find a St. Patrick's Day party or see movie musicals or a hidden Japanese teahouse, all for free.
Gardens across the area are getting into the spring spirit with tours, festivals and workshops. I've chosen a few gardens worth checking out because, after all, 'tis the season to stop and smell the roses -- or the orchids, forsythia and rhododendrons.