DC Sports Bars

Malaysian-inspired sports bar Thirsty Crow will be hosting its Eats and Beats pop-up series

Thirsty Crow hosts Eats and Beats pop-up series

Weekly gatherings feature pop-up food, DJ music

Malaysian-inspired sports bar Thirsty Crow will be hosting its Eats and Beats pop-up series this summer. During July, Mondays will be dedicated to the special gatherings for guests from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. The remaining pop-ups this month will feature dishes from Chef Marco Salierna of Churros Taqueria and Chef Matthew Gaston’s Afro-Portuguese concept ‘Frango.”

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Washington, DC bars, restaurants help celebrate Nats in World Series with specials

D.C. bars, restaurants help celebrate Nats World Series

Celebratory drinks, food pack punch, offer nod to Washington Nationals

There’s a lot happening around the Washington, D.C. area as the DMV region gets gripped by Nats fever.To help celebrate, restaurants and bars are joining the festivities and highlighting Major League Baseball’s Washington Nationals in the World Series. At Buffalo & Bergen, a Corbin Crush cocktail is a nod to the dugout. Crafted by Gina Chersevani, this is not the type of drink one has before attempting a home run. Stoli Citrus, lemon, pomegranate, and soda combine in the Corbin Crush to produce a real zinger.

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Rockwood Sports Bar to celebrate one-year anniversary with BBQ Bash

Rockwood Sports Bar holds one-year anniversary celebration

BBQ Bash features corn hole tournament, DJ, beach bucket cocktails

Rockwood Sports Bar by Chef Mike Cordero will be holding a first-year anniversary celebration June 1. The Gainesville sports bar is hosting a BBQ Bash all day long. Guests can expect to enjoy fresh squeezed crushes, beach bucket cocktails, sangria, and raffles. Additionally, Rockwood will hold a corn hole tournament on its new sports patio.

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Is Georgetown, D.C. still a place for restaurants?

A Georgetown renaissance is brewing, but is the neighborhood right for sit-down restaurants?

The Georgetown M Street corridor has seen significant changes over the last two decades. Once a party destination for college students, the neighborhood has matured into a real estate trophy district, attracting top retailers. It still draws tourists from around the world, but with its diversity of college students being lured from surrounding schools, including the Georgetown University main campus and George Washington University, the customer base can often skew young and diverse.

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