Book your wedding at Pinstripes (1064 Wisconsin Ave NW) by March 31, 2023 and receive $2,000 off weddings of $15,000 or more, $3,000 off weddings of $20,000 or more, and $4,000 off weddings of $25,000 or more.
Hosted by Georgetown Heritage, the event will take place in the Mule Yard by Lock 3 of the Canal, featuring cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and live music.
Georgetown Butcher (3210 Grace St NW) is re-vamping its operations - now offering weekly call, text, or email communications with the opportunity to ask for suggestions, get your usual, or place a custom order. As the staff gets to know you, they'll create a personal profile.
The menu includes Royal tea scones served with clotted cream and strawberry lavender preserves, chocolate biscuit cake (Queen Elizabeth II's favorite), raspberry lemon tarts, Earl Grey fruit cake, shortbread cookies, and Battenberg.
The NY-based café serves bubble tea and smoothies, as well as poke bowls and ramen.
Tudor Place - a model of Federal-period architecture that sits on 5.5 acres in Georgetown - reopened this week for guided house tours and self-guided garden visits.
Stop by their flagship store (1027 33rd St NW) for 50% off one-of-a-kind samples, warehouse exclusives, and past-season best-sellers - from coolers, to tote bags and wristlets.
Stop by starting at 7:30 am for a fun selection of Valentine's Day-inspired drinks and sweets. The first customers to walk through the door will receive a special treat, and founder Elisa Marshall will be signing cookbooks from noon to 2 pm.
Enjoy a candlelight tapas dinner and special Valentine macarons in the cozy gallery before heading up to the studio to create your masterpiece.
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