Head to Pizzeria Paradiso (3282 M St NW) on Thursday, August 17 from 6 pm - 8 pm for a tasting of the finalists' beers that are part of a German-style homebrew competition. Join them in the game room bar to sample the best of the best, and find out who is the winner.
The outdoor, all-levels class is designed to be fun and challenging for both experienced yogis and yoga skeptics alike. Attendees should bring their own mat; a $5 donation per person is suggested for the class.
Dance instruction will begin between 5:30 and 6 pm, but drop in at any time. If you can’t make one of the Tuesday events, check out Dancing on the Waterfront’s regularly scheduled classes, every Saturday night through October.
Bring your friends, family and colleagues and show off your knowledge while enjoying $9 Cirrus Vodka espresso martinis, $7 Solace Partly Cloudys, and $5 Solace Crazy Pils. The winning team will receive a $50 gift card.
The family-owned business specializes in homemade Turkish delights (also known as lokum) imported from Turkey, featuring traditional flavors like rosewater and pistachio, as well as more unique combinations, including raspberry and almond, and orange and hazelnut.
The 130-seat restaurant is helmed by Bangkok-born chef Saran "Peter" Kannasute, who is known for his sushi and omakase menus - with fresh fish flown in overnight from Japan. In addition to a wide variety of sushi and raw fish specials, including a make-your-own roll option, the menu features hot dishes including gyoza with wagyu beef and salmon teriyaki.
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