Puerto Rican restaurant La Famosa is hosting one more pop-up before its restaurant opening later this summer. This last pop-up from Joancarlo Parkhurst will be at Cotton & Reed's new sidewalk patio. La Famosa will eventually be in the Navy Yard area, but Cotton & Reed's Union Market location will serve as the venue for the pop-up for now. La Famosa's menu stems from Puerto Rico's … [Read more...] about La Famosa Hosting One Final Pop-Up Before Late Summer Restaurant Opening
We all know how sweltering hot it can get in DC in the summertime. Luckily, July is National Ice Cream Month and there are plenty of places to score some delicious and refreshing deals. Baskin Robbins - With over 1,300 ice cream flavors under its belt since its 1945 opening, Baskin Robbins has remained one of the country's most popular chains. On National Ice Cream Day (Sunday July 19th this … [Read more...] about National Ice Cream Month Deals around DC
Popular salad chain Sweetgreen is offering some of its popular salads and bowls for 50% off, or five dollars for today only. Today also marks the first time the healthy food joint is offering the discount. The $5 Greens Collection includes the Kale caesar salad, with chicken, tomatoes, parmesan crisps, shaved parmesan, shredded kale and romaine, the Harvest Bowl with chicken, sweet potatoes, … [Read more...] about Today is $5 Greens Day at Sweetgreen
While the 4th of July holiday may look a little different this year, there are still plenty of things to do. DC's fireworks celebration is still on and the National Archives and National Cathedral are both hosting free virtual events. Whatever you choose to do, we hope you enjoy it and have a safe, happy and healthy holiday! Catch the DC fireworks - The fireworks will still be happening … [Read more...] about 4th of July Weekend Deals & Things to Do
Washington Performing Arts recently announced its all virtual Home Delivery Plus series for 2021. While the winter/spring 2021 season will bring the new online subscription and pay-per-view series, fall 2020 will focus on free digital programs featuring local artists and community partners. The theme, dubbed Fall for Local, will showcase Washingtonians who are performers, teachers, partners and … [Read more...] about Washington Performing Arts Launches Free Fall Programming, Winter Home Delivery Plus Series
Now more than ever is a great time to support local black owned businesses. Here are a few deals from restaurants in the DC area. Tsehay Ethiopian Restaurant - DC has a rich Ethiopian history. This Petworth spot sells entrees for under $20, including a $16.99 lamb or beef tibs sautéed with tomato, onions, fresh rosemary, jalapeños and seasoned butter. More information on Tsehay can be found … [Read more...] about Great Deals at Local Black Owned Restaurants
With many things to do still closed, one fun thing to try is to play tourist for the day and visit the National Mall. DC summer sunsets are gorgeous photo ops with the monuments in view. Also, with travel still limited this year, there should be far less out-of-towners. Enjoy these seven beautiful sights along the Mall. The Washington Monument — As of June 10, 2020, the Washington Monument … [Read more...] about Eight Icons on Washington, DC’s National Mall
It's National Doughnut Day! Here are some places you can score free donuts or deals. Krispy Kreme - Today is the last day you can score a free doughnut at any local Krispy Kreme. The popular doughnut chain decided to do five days of free doughnuts, from June 1st through today due to COVID-19 and "the concept of days and time being a blur." More information here.Locations: Dupont Circle - 1350 … [Read more...] about It’s National Doughnut Day!