Things to do for September 11, 2015

The Weekender

Kimchi. Waffles. Tents. Point Break.

No one knows more about the weekend than the weekend.

A Storied Chef Lands at National Harbor

A Storied Chef Lands at National Harbor

Consider this your latest reason to go to National Harbor: Louisville chef Ed Lee’s new spot called Succotash. Where you can get kimchi collard greens, smoked short ribs, chicken and waffles, and bourbon drinks. Oh, and succotash.

Everything Must Go at Hudson Trail

Everything Must Go at Hudson Trail

After a few decades in business, local outdoor outfitter Hudson Trail is calling it quits. You can get up to 30% off (for starters) on stuff like tents, sleeping bags, boats, biking gear and cold-weather apparel. Which means you’re now less on the fence about that fall camping trip.

Point Break. Now with Ponchos.

<em>Point Break.</em> Now with Ponchos.

The traveling Point Break parody show is coming to the Howard Theatre. And now a quick packing list before you go: boardshorts (OP or Body Glove preferred). SoCal vocal fry. Presidential rubber mask. But not a poncho. Because that’s included with your ticket. You know, because of the fake blood.

Half Off Wine Here. And There.

Half Off Wine Here. And There.

After a long, hard day of football, you’re surely going to need some celebratory wine. So you can head to Proof, where Sunday nights now reveal 100 wines at half off. Or you can head to B Too, which is doing much the same thing on Sundays and Mondays. Or head to both. It’s what Al Michaels would want.

Sundays, 5-9:30pm, Proof, 775 G St NW, 202-737-7663; Sun-Mon, 5-10pm, B Too, 1324 14th St NW, 202-627-2800

A Dance Party at 6am

A Dance Party at 6am

Your Wednesday schedule:

5am: Wake up.
6am: Head to Flash Nightclub for the Daybreaker party. Start out with some yoga.
7am: Commence two hours of dancing and revelry, led by DC’s own DJ Eau Claire.
9am: Maybe get some coffee.

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