10 Fun Culinary Events Around DC This Week
FRESHFARM Dupont Circle Market. Photograph by Mariah Miranda Photography.
Discover a new appreciation for salads during a cooking demonstration Salads are never boring with chef and writer Stephanie Eyocko. The course will teach you how to create a balance of flavors in a salad. You will learn how to prepare Swiss chard and the best ways to wash, dry and store green vegetables. The event is at Common Good City Farm (300 V street, northwest) on Thursday June 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.; tickets can be purchased here.
Celebrity Virginia chef Jonathan Krinn prepares a four-course dinner at wineLAIR (1120 22nd St., NW). The members-only wine club opens to the public on Thursday June 30 at 6:30 p.m. for the meal, which includes lime-marinated Arctic char, Maine lobster soup, spiced roasted cauliflower, and peach/brioche pudding. Tickets are $165 and can be purchased here.
Taste up to six different types of wine at Showcase of Venetian wines from Natty Wine at primrose (3000 12th St., NE). On Thursday June 30 at 5 p.m., the French restaurant Brookland will present white, red and rosé wines from Veneto alongside Venetian tapas prepared by the chef of Primrose. No tickets are required for the event.
On Friday, July 1, go to Georgetown for Grooves’ (1064 Wisconsin Ave, NW) for an all-you-can-eat summer barbecue on the terrace. On the menu: chicken pesto, ribs, Brussels sprouts, beers from the Heavy Seas Brewing Company, and more. The event is $45 and you can buy tickets here.
Discover Georgetown’s food scene on a Food Tour and Neighborhood Walk. You’ll wind your way through Georgetown and pick up some history along the way. Tours are offered From Friday 1 July to Sunday 3 July at 1 p.m. each day. Tickets are $79; Catch them here.
To celebrate 25th anniversary of FRESHFARM to Dupont Circle Sunday Market (1600 20th St., NW). On Sunday July 3 From 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the DC nonprofit that hosts some of the area’s most well-known farmers’ markets will offer a ceremonial bell ringer, free photo booth, cooking demonstration, live music, etc The event is free with commemorative products and market items available for purchase during the event.
Excellent chef winner Mei Lin heads to the Navy Yard cafe Yellow (1346 Fourth St., SE) for a one-day pop-up on Sunday July 3. Lin will serve hot Sichuan chicken sandwiches and milk tea starting at 11 a.m.
Dig into a All-American Backyard BBQ without doing anything. 1310 Georgetown Kitchen and Bar (1310 Wisconsin Ave, NW) offers pulled barbecue chicken, potato salad, coleslaw, grilled corn salad and strawberry shortcake to go on monday july 4th. The package is $28 per person, and you can place your order here.
On monday july 4th, head to the rooftop of a hotel or restaurant for spectacular views of the National Mall fireworks display. Whether you want a traditional barbecue, a three-course Italian feast or a live band, these rooftop parties have you covered.
Celebrate Frida Kahlo’s 115th birthday with a virtual happy hour organized by the National Museum of Women in the Arts. On tuesday july 5 at 5:30 p.m., toast the Mexican painter while learning about her life and prepare a special cocktail in honor of Kahlo. The event is free; you need to register here.