Cocktail Classes at Barmini on November 4, 5, and 6: Mixologist Juan Coronodo offers a holiday edition of the popular Barmini cocktail class, featuring unique lessons on spirits as Juan unveils the mysteries behind some of their most coveted cocktails.. Prepare to impress your family and friends this holiday season with Barmini’s tricks of the trade, learned in an intimate, hands-on setting. Classes are 6:30-7:30 p.m. and cost $95.00 per person. Email email@example.com to reserve your spot today; only 20 spots per class are available.
City Tap House Fundraiser, November 9: This popular beer-centric restaurant is partnering with The Washington Capitals to host a fundraiser benefiting Foundation 4 Heroes. Washington Capitol hockey players will be bartending the event, which will take place from 5:00-7:00 p.m. There is a $20 entrance fee with entitles guests to a complimentary beverage, and a $10 fee for all autographs with 100% of the proceeds benefiting Foundation 4 Heroes, a non-profit organization which inspires and supports children battling diseases to discover the Superhero inside of them and overcome challenges they face.
Capitol Food Fight, November 11: This annual spectacular event, which benefits DC’s Central Kitchen, a charity which seeks to end hunger and homelessness, is scheduled for Veteran’s Day this year. The event features small bites from over 75 of DC’s hottest restaurants, beverages galore, a Chef battle judged by four celebrity judges, a cake decorating battle, and more. Get your ticket today!
Sean Brock Cookbook Party at America Eats Tavern, November 18: From 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. José Andrés and ThinkFoodGroup will host Sean Brock, the James Beard Award-winning Chef of McCrady’s and Husk Restaurants, at America Eats Tavern to celebrate his new cookbook: Heritage. For $60, tickets include a taste from the cookbook courtesy of America Eats Tavern Head Chef Nate Waugaman, local wines from Virginia’s own Trump Winery, and a signed copy of the book.
Mama Rouge Opening: This new Southeast Asian Bistro has just opened on the Georgetown waterfront. The menu features pho, bahn mis, curry, noodles, and also has a special brunch menu.
Kitchensurfing Launches in Washington D.C.: This company, which already operates in several U.S. cities, provides people with the opportunity to find reliable, talented, local chefs who will come to your home and cook for you and your friends. The chefs offer a variety of cuisines to suit any taste, preference or occasion. Customers can search for set menus priced at $50 per person for between 6-12 guests. The chefs are responsible for shopping, prepping, cooking, serving, and even kitchen cleanup. They can accommodate any special request and can custom tailor your meal. Reviews of the chefs are also available on their website. Book a personal chef for your next party!