Here are our best bets of things going on around town this week.
Taste of Georgetown
The 2017 Washingtonian Taste of Georgetown is on Sunday, September 24 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Celebrate with creative tastes from more than 30 of the neighborhood’s best restaurants. This year, guests will be able to enjoy beer and wine as they stroll from booth to booth. The event takes place in the heart of Georgetown, on K Street NW, between Wisconsin Avenue and Thomas Jefferson Street and along the scenic Georgetown Waterfront. This longstanding event in Georgetown benefits the Georgetown Ministry Center’s mission to support the homeless. Ticket prices vary by volume, purchase here.
DC’s epic beer festival is back featuring no fewer than 400 craft beers culled from across the globe, including DC debuts, autumn seasonals, cask ales, barrel-aged brews, craft cans and more. The sixth installment of Snallygaster is brought to you by Beer Director Greg Engert and the minds behind Birch & Barley/ChurchKey, Bluejacket, Rustico, Sovereign and Canteen. DC’s most popular food trucks and food artisans will provide a menu ranging from lobster rolls and BBQ to wood-fire pizza and haute dogs. The Pietasters, Spirit Animal, and Rare Essence will be headlining the main stage at Snallygaster this year. Plus an impressive line-up of local artists will play the Snally Second Stage to keep you jamming all day long. Snallygaster 2017 will be at The Yards in Southeast DC, Lot H/I, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on September 23rd.
Advance tickets range from $35 to $60. There will be limited day-of admission tickets for $10, with purchase of food + beverage tickets sold separately.
To Go Ramen at Haikan
With fall just around the corner ramping up ramen cravings, Haikan will officially launch their new ‘To Go Ramen’ service. The new ‘To Go Ramen’ service will allow ramen lovers to place orders for Haikan’s signature Sapporo-style ramen over the phone (202-299-1000), then collect their orders in-person at the restaurant and take their ramen to go. Signature ramen selections available include: Shio, Shoyu, Spicy Shoyu, Miso, and Vegetable. Ramen will be available during all hours Haikan is open for business. In the coming weeks, Haikan will also be partnering up with several high-profile local delivery services including UberEats, amongst others, to offer additional delivery services.
Osteria Morini Pig Roast
Join Osteria Morini for its annual Pig Roast in support of Brainfood on Saturday, September 23rd from 1 to 4 p.m. In addition to a whole roasted pig, meatballs, gelato, beer, wine and cocktails will be available. Enjoy live music by Three Man Soul Machine. Activities include cookie decorating, a pie-toss fundraiser and a silent auction. Tickets are $65 for adults and $20 for kids. Kids under 5 are free.
Pop-Up Toned Up Tuesdays
Head to The Park at CityCenter on Tuesday, September 19 at 6pm for an outdoor Toned Up Tuesdays Pulse + Flow class presented by Flywheel & CorePower Yoga. This Barre and Yoga combination blends total-body sculpting and yoga practices to create the ultimate toning experience! Show up early to enjoy complimentary water and samples from CORE Hydration and Territory Foods, while supplies last. Classes are free and open to all, just remember your mat! RSVP here.