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Toast D.C.-Based Musicians, Pop Artists and Charities at VinoFestDC

Toast D.C.-Based Musicians, Pop Artists and Charities at VinoFestDC

By Punch Correspondent Attie Poirier On Saturday, June 28, DC’s historic Union Market will host VinoFestDC, a curated block-party styled festival celebrating the best of DC’s music, art and food scenes, all served up alongside a veritable selection of vino. Union Market will transform into a beautiful concert venue and wine connoisseur’s paradise, bringing together […]

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Masters of Food & Wine Returns on June 22nd

Masters of Food & Wine Returns on June 22nd

On Saturday, June 22nd from noon to 2pm, our Punch Partner Park Hyatt Washington will host its ever popular Masters of Food & Wine, a seasonal culinary and beverage experience saluting the ingredients, flavors, and talents of local chefs, regional artisans and producers, and this time, American brewmasters. This particular event will feature a special tour […]

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Gordon Biersch is NO Joke

Gordon Biersch is NO Joke

By Punch Pulse Correspondent Niki Clark It may be April Fools, but there’s one thing I never joke around about—a good brew. And on that note, it’s your lucky day. Gordon Biersch, an upscale brewery serving authentic, rich German lagers opens today at Washington Navy Yard, conveniently located right across from both the metro and ballpark. […]

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Whiskey Walking in DC

Whiskey Walking in DC

By Punch Pulse Correspondent Niki Clark Spring seemed to have finally sprung this past weekend in DC and as if to mark its celebratory arrival, the perfectly timed DC Whiskey Walk brought the crowds out in scores. Benefitting local non-profits Becky’s Fund and the Washington Literacy Center, (drinking for a cause?  Yes, please!) the first […]

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Whiskey Bliss at the Rye Bar

Whiskey Bliss at the Rye Bar

By Punch Pulse Correspondent Niki Clark I may not have founded a fledgling nation or contributed to the Declaration of Independence, but as I learned at last night’s Rye Bar preview tasting, I do have something in common with founding fathers George Washington and Thomas Jefferson: I appreciate a good whiskey. It is in that […]

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Chevy Chase Pavilion Opens with a Thrill

Chevy Chase Pavilion Opens with a Thrill

And the hot plate hits just kept on coming out from Bryan Voltaggio’s (Top Chef) ever popular Range kitchen last night during the VIP “Thrill of the Chase” grand opening party at the newly renovated Chevy Chase Pavilion.  If you are unfamiliar with the area, as many of we Northern Virginians are, the building is right […]

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We Be Jamba Juicin’ : Jamba Juice Returns to the DC Market with the Help of Venus Williams

We Be Jamba Juicin’ : Jamba Juice Returns to the DC Market with the Help of Venus Williams

Run, don’t walk, to one (or both) of the brand spanking newly opened Jamba Juice locations in the DC metro area.  I know I did, as have many, especially Tuesday afternoon because Venus Williams (yes, that Venus Williams) was in town meeting and greeting guests at the Dupont Circle store.  Williams, tennis superstar and entrepreneur […]

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P.O.V Summer Cocktail Party with Gilt City

P.O.V Summer Cocktail Party with Gilt City

By Punch Preview Correspondent Whitney Stringer On Tuesday night a posh group of Washingtonians gathered at P.O.V. Roof Terrace and Lounge, the stylish rooftop bar at W Hotel. P.O.V. partnered with Gilt City, the popular site from Gilt Groupe offering great insider prices for exclusive offers and adventures around town. To kick-off summer, the evening […]

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A Cupful of Peace : Kusmi Tea

A Cupful of Peace : Kusmi Tea

I have fluctuated between being an official tea sipper and a coffee slurper most of my life.  As soon as my eyes become exhausted from seeing the green and white siren logo on every (not every other, but every) block then I sniff in disgust and search out the nearest tea house, which unfortunately, is […]

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Punch Pick: Shirlie’s Girls Night Out in Shirlington This Thursday

Punch Pick: Shirlie’s Girls Night Out in Shirlington This Thursday

Shirlie’s Girls Night Out is back at the Village at Shirlington.  Starting Thursday, April 5th from 5-10pm, the village’s best restaurants, shops, boutiques and salons will host trunk shows, cocktails, treats and special happy hour promotions once-a-month for a Shirlington-style girls night out (summer dates are May 3, June 7, July 5, and August 2). […]

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Oyamel Cocina Mexicana Celebrates its Fifth-Annual Tequila & Mezcal Festival

Oyamel Cocina Mexicana Celebrates its Fifth-Annual Tequila & Mezcal Festival

By Punch Passport Correspondent Lori González Lazzarini Last week I attended a Complimentary Tequila & Mezcal Tasting at Oyamel with one of my best friends.  We arrived at the restaurant located in Penn Quarter area and we were quickly escorted towards a back room which was filled with other bloggers holding a variety of crafty […]

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Smith & Wollensky Celebrates its 50th National Wine Week with Capitol File

Smith & Wollensky Celebrates its 50th National Wine Week with Capitol File

Smith & Wollensky, the consummate steak house and bar, played host to its 50th National Wine Week Celebration in D.C. presented by Capitol File magazine on last Tuesday.  Guests of the publication walked into the familiar 19th Street, NW staple restaurant not by way of the normal entrance, but rather via a “green carpet” (Smith […]

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