New TVs, early-daypart menu to convert acclaimed eatery into sports viewing destination
Le Droit Park’s Royal has emerged as a cozy, neighborhood destination for World Cup viewing. With a comfy, yet recognized bar, the eatery will be a welcoming destination for soccer fans to watch the exciting event.
With so much talent in area, region’s bars, restaurants ready to shine during DC Cocktail Week 2022
DC Cocktail Week returns to the Washington, DC area in late November. The celebration will put the spotlight on the cocktail culture of DC and the surrounding suburbs. The event, hosted by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington (RAMW), will feature tasty cocktails paired with delish bites, innovative events, and in-house happenings.
New, returning items draw heavily on comfort foods
Brookland’s Finest combined old favorites with new, exciting dishes to create an appealing fall menu. This Washington, DC Northeast restaurant added vegetarian small plates, shareable plates and seasonal entrees. New cocktails have also been added to the menu.
Week-long fete adds special events, including cocktail-making classes, tasting dinners; newly-opened venues join, too
More than fifty restaurants have signed up for DC Cocktail Week, said its organizer, the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington (RAMW). The celebration returns to the DMV region Monday, November 28 and will go on through Sunday, December 4. Cocktails and mocktails will be flowing while area residents and visitors can also partake of food bites, cocktail classes, tasting dinners, happy hours, and other related events.