In honor of fall’s arrival, we’re stocking your cellar with some robust bottles of red wine for up to 53% off, framing your face with a new pair of glasses (or sunglasses) from Tortoise & Blonde for 40% off and getting you exclusive first dibs on a futuristic electric bike. BYO pumpkin pie.
Things to do for September 15, 2011
All You Can Eat at Hill Country. And Other Major News.
The weekend is returning its seersuckers to its seersuckers storage facility.
Jack Spade Opens in Georgetown
Just in time for fall (and fall travel) comes this two-level spot stacked with American-made suits, heavy wool sweaters and lumberjack-esque shirt jackets. Along with tons of canvas and leather bags to stuff them in. (After you leave the store.)
A Beer Garden in a Street Fest
You can spend a few hours at the H Street Festival just on the tattoo contests and bands alone. But you’ll want to duck into the Smith Commons beer garden for $5 bites like Kobe hot dogs and braised short ribs, and $5 beers from Flying Dog. Just priming you for the pie eating contest.
Redskins Cheerleaders: In App Form
Sitting at the game, beer in hand, hat on head, you might have questions. Like “I wonder what that cheerleader’s name is.” Wonder no more with the ’Skins cheerleader app, with all the bios, videos and photos you need to get you through halftime.
A Spanish-Tinged Golf Outing
It’s time to unleash your inner Seve Ballesteros. The slashing irons, the deft putting touch... the huge spread of post-round tapas. Old-school Spanish spot Taberna del Alabardero is amassing folks at Whiskey Creek for a round and a Spanish-style picnic. A sangria cart girl can’t be far behind.
Bottomless BBQ at Hill Country
Whenever you finish a heaping plate of BBQ, one thought always creeps to the fore: “I could have had more.” Here with an answer is Hill Country, which will bring you unlimited ribs, brisket, chicken and sides all night. Or until you wave a white flag.