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Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington is thrilled to announce the return of DC Cocktail Week from Monday, November 29, to Sunday, December 5, 2021, which also marks the 88th anniversary of Repeal Day. Cocktail Week celebrates our local cocktail culture in restaurants across the metropolitan region offering delicious cocktail and bite pairings for one price for guests to enjoy as they dine-in or as a treat at the bar. Diners can enjoy Cocktail Week pairings at restaurants in DC, Maryland, and Virginia, experiencing the diversity of talent as beverage experts create lively concoctions as well as mocktails and low-proof beverages for all to enjoy.
Everyone loves a reason to grab drinks and bites with friends and DC Cocktail Week is the perfect excuse to round up a few fellow foodies and visit some of the hottest restaurants in the region. More than 50 restaurants and experience venues including newly opened Immigrant Food+ in the Planet Word Museum, Apéro in Georgetown, The Mayflower Club in Dupont Circle, Crazy Aunt Helen’s on Barracks Row, Artechouse, and Kick Axe Throwing have signed on for this fun promotion to spotlight their mixology mojo.
Experience fun and engaging events taking place during DC Cocktail Week like happy hours at The Commodore or Service Bar, bringing back its $7 cocktail menu for the celebratory event, a six-course cocktail dinner at Bresca, an ugly sweater cocktail dinner at Bastille in Old Town, Alexandria, cocktail classes at modern-Indian hot spot Celebration by Rupa Vira in Ashburn, La Cote d’Or in Falls Church, and Figleaf Bar & Lounge at Hotel Zena on 14th Street NW, and a specially themed Prohibition popup at Hook Hall’s Cocktail Club to round out the week.
Participating locations, their offered pairings, and details about DC Cocktail Week events are listed at www.dccocktailweek.com.
The 2021 DC Cocktail Week promotion is sponsored by Pepsi, Samson & Surrey, Bacardi, Perrier, Campari, and the National Landing Business Improvement District.
The Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW) is the regional trade association representing restaurants and the foodservice industry in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. Established in 1920, RAMW is an advocate, resource, and community for its members. The Association works to promote and sustain the growth and development of the industry while providing its members legislative and regulatory representation, marketing and small business support, programming, and events. RAMW strives to serve its members with professionalism, and integrity, and provide them the training, education, and support they need to grow a successful business.
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