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Things to do for March 20, 2015
Beer Gardens, Oysters and Rare Whiskey
The weekend’s slipper still fits.
It’s Beer Garden Weather. Kind Of.
Come hell or
high water the threat of flurries, you’ll be drinking outside this weekend. Option A:
the newer, bigger Dacha Beer Garden, with more taps, but the same $10 boots at happy hour. Option B:
Chupacabra, H Street’s alfresco taqueria and margarita filling station. Good options.
Walking Out on Your Tab
When you’re done drinking at a bar this weekend... just leave. Well, provided you’ve downloaded this app, which is now live at 17 places like Smith Commons. Tell the bartender that’s how you’re paying, then track your bill, split it with your friends and walk out. You just upped your Irish goodbye game.
Your Daytimes: Now Meatier
The Partisan is now open for lunch, and they have four salads... which you probably won’t order. Not with all the meatball sandwiches and oregano-rubbed pork loin at your disposal. And on Saturday, brunch gets started with Smoked Pork Heart Hash and Duck French Toast Panini. Maybe arrive early.
Wine. Oysters. Steve Case.
Time for a road trip to the Charlottesville area. See some wineries, see some breweries, see some horses. Then wind up here: Steve Case’s vineyard, for their annual oyster festival. Which means all the wine and oysters you can handle. But you probably already knew that.
2,000 Bottles of Whiskey on the Wall
Cask-strength, 11-year-old Willett bourbon. Gratis. Now that we have your attention, we’ll tell you that Jack Rose is celebrating its 2015th label of whiskey—the aforementioned Willett—and they’re giving out tastes during a toast. Stick around for $7 whiskeys and half-price bar snacks. Not bad for a Wednesday.