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After a chilly week in DC, the temperatures are rising just in time for the weekend! Since you’ve been cooped up all week, we suggest you go out and take advantage of everything the DMV has to offer this pre-holiday weekend. The options are countless, so to make your decision making easier check out the list below.
Money Sucks. Friends Rule. | Dillon Francis
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DJ/producer Dillon Francis brings his massive headlining tour to DC this weekend. By now, dance fans know not to take Francis too seriously. With his cat-riddled photos and social media antics, his fame is as much to his sense of humor as his music. Whether your a fan of him or his beats, you should check out his show this Friday at Echostage.
You Drink. We Drive. | DC Craft Beer Festival
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The DC Craft Beer Festival is an American craft beer tasting event focusing on winter harvest editions from 75+ breweries with a special focus on breweries from the DMV. Whether you choose the early or late session, you can get unlimited tastings for two and half hours. Feeling extra thirsty? Upgrade to VIP for an extra hour of tastings. Get more info and tickets here.
Date Night | Dinner and a Movie
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The Angelika pop-up theatre at Union Market is a cool spin on the classic dinner and a movie. While you watch a movie, grab one of the sharable pairings for two, named after films. “The French Connection” will get you a mini bottle of Bordeaux, rosemary-truffle popcorn, and blue cheese-walnut coins for $27. Or customize your own menu from a long list of beer, wine, and snacks.
Still Thirsty? | Cocktail Week
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Restaurant Week for drinking is back! This weekend, catch the tail end of RAMQ second annual Cocktail Week. More than 55 area restaurants and bars are offering special cocktail and food pairings (price varies) as part of the promotion.
Behind the Myths | Mythbusters Live
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The all-new, live stage show “MythBusters Behind the Myths,” starring Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage, co-hosts of the Emmy-nominated Discovery series MythBusters,” promises to be an unexpected evening of on-stage experiments, audience participation, rocking video and behind-the-scenes stories. For the first time ever, fans will join the duo on stage and assist in their mind-twisting approach to science.
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