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Things to do for September 18, 2014
In Which You Progress from Pizza to Oysters
They may take our lives, but they’ll never take our weekend.
&pizza Lands on K Street
You’ve probably had the assembly-line pies at &pizza. And probably liked them. Well, here’s another
branch, and here’s what you should know about it:
—It’s mostly white inside, with a giant mural of John F. Kennedy.
—It’s at 14th and K. So convenient.
—It’s open until 3:30am on weekends. So convenient at 3:15am.
Oysters for a Buck and a Quarter
Legal Sea Foods is honoring the oyster for a month. What this means for you: happy hour deals on small plates like oyster stew, bacon-wrapped oysters and oyster po’boys. Also: local Stingray oysters for $1.25 a pop. Bring lots of quarters.
Get Your Alaskan King Crab Legs
Things that Alaska sends to DC: senators named Murkowski. And now, these giant crab legs. Joe’s is flying them in overnight during their short Alaska season, then shelling them for you tableside. Don’t worry about jet lag.
Oktoberfest Is Nigh. Here’s What to Do.
Three ways to drink German beer this month:
1. Heurich House Museum has eight local breweries pouring, plus sausage and pretzels.
2. Biergarten Haus holds its annual keg tapping, while the H Street Festival rages outside.
3. Bar Dupont turns its patio into a beer garden, with live music and boots of beer. Remember to say danke.
Like a VIP Line for a New Suit
Billy Reid’s got some cool, limited-edition suit fabrics for fall—all the glen plaids and tweeds you could ever want. And for three days next week, you can get an early crack at them while their custom-suiting guy gets a few dozen measurements from you. Yep, that’s all. Just a few dozen.