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[Last Updated Sep 18, 2014]
DC After 5 Promo Code: 2014 Nightmare on M Street

DC’s largest roaming costume party, the 15th annual, Nightmare on M Street, is back on Saturday, Oct. 25 from 5 p.m. – 1 a.m. Thousands of patrons will be bar-hopping throughout DC in their creative costumes.

[Last Updated Oct 8, 2014]
Sips & Salsa: View Images

View images from Crystal City’s Wine & Food festival on Sept. 14, 2014.

[Last Updated Sep 16, 2014]
2nd Annual District Oktoberfest Invades Chinatown

The 2nd Annual District Oktoberfest is DC’s official kickoff to Germany’s world famous beer festival.

[Last Updated Sep 29, 2014]
$5 Beer, $1 Dogs at Sept. 23 & 24 Nats Games

If you’re trying to fit in one more Nats game this season, September 23 & 24 are good days to go versus the NY Mets.

[Last Updated Sep 22, 2014]
$20 for All Wine, Food Tastings at Crystal City’s Sip and Salsa

Crystal City’s signature wine and food tasting event, Sip and Salsa, is one of the region’s largest inside the beltway, outdoor wine festivals.

[Last Updated Sep 10, 2014]
65+ Breweries at Shirlington’s Oktoberfest

Capitol City Brewing Company is gearing up for its 15th annual Mid-Atlantic Oktoberfest.

[Last Updated Sep 22, 2014]
DC Public Library Hosts District of Change

This September, make your way to the District’s epicenter of cultural activity – the DC Public Library – for a lineup of events that bring together DC’s brightest thinkers, community leaders, activists, artists and mixologists.

[Last Updated Sep 9, 2014]
Atlas Brew Works  Celebrates 1-Year Anniversary

DC’s Atlas Brew Works will celebrate their 1-year anniversary on Saturday, September 6 from 1-5 p.m. A $10 ticket gets you admission and a beer.

[Last Updated Sep 10, 2014]
Silver Line Music & Food Truck Fest

The event will feature over 20 food trucks, 8 bands and a selection of beers and wines.

[Last Updated Sep 9, 2014]
Rappahannock Oyster Bar Hosting DC Oyster Fest

Rappahannock Oyster Bar is hosting the first DC Oyster Fest at Dock 5 at Union Market on Saturday, Sept. 6 from 12-5 p.m.