Weekly Wanderings [5.29.17]

Have you heard of Savor? Tickets are a little steep at $135, but for foodies and beer-lovers the high price tag might just be worth it. It’s being hosted in the National Building Museum, and looks like it’ll be as yummy as it seems! Check it out June 2nd and 3rd!

Still bummed you missed the Infinity Mirrors exhibit? Well, why not hop on the new most instagramable art is the district as soon as it opens June 1st? “XYZT: Abstract Landscapes.” It’s being hosted at ARTECHOUSE, and you can get tickets here. XYZT will transport you into an imaginary territory of lines, dots, and letters, and immerse yourself into this virtual playground of four dimensions.

A new cidery, Anxo, is opening this weekend! It is located in Brightwood Park and the space features a full bar and “a kitchen serving Basque-style snacks.” Check it out at 711 Kennedy St. NW, from 11am-11pm this weekend.

The 34th annual Dupont-Kalorama Museum Walk Weekend is this week, June 4 & 5! Several diverse museums will open their doors for FREE to celebrate D.C.’s vibrant art scene. Don’t miss out on this event – there is literally no excuse because, hello, it’s free!

The Gay Men’s Chorus is performing a “musical history of Broadway” at the Lincoln Theater on Saturday and Sunday this week. The entertaining and difficult journey of the Gay’s will touch on well-known shows such as A Chorus Line, to Kinky Boots, to Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Sure to be a night of fun, tickets can be purchased at 1-877-435-9849.

Because we all could use some more, Rosé all day, in our lives The Washingtonian pointed out a few spots to drink it this summer. We’d also like to shout out a few other rooftop bars we like, El Centro (14th), Masa 14 (cheap mojitos which they have in multiple flavors including classic and mango), Local 16, and Lost Society.

The Capital Harvest Farmer’s Market on Woodrow Wilson Plaza every Friday from Spring to Fall is a weekly market full of fruits, veggies, and artisinal crafts. If you happen to stop by, let us know if its worth a visit or follow-up post!