Free Food for All: Leaving the nest
With Easter break only a few short days away, Georgetown has turned into a free food desert. But when classes are done, there will be time to explore off-campus to your heart’s, and appetite’s, content.
Stop by to the Artisphere’s Spectrum Theater in Rosslyn this Thursday from 6 to 8 pm to see the Washington Shakespeare Company rehearse their upcoming production of Tennessee Continuum, a double-bill of lesser-known one-acts by Tennessee Williams, and to treat yourself to the free reception that starts off the evening.
For those of age, hop on the Metro this Friday and head over to 1600 King Street in Alexandria from 6 to 8 p.m. to indulge your inner wine lover at The Butcher’s Block with a complimentary “earth friendly” wine tasting in honor of Earth Day.
If a foodie lurks inside of you, then perhaps you’ll want to attend the cookbook signing and reception hosted by Chef Michael Schwartz at the Urbana Restaurant and Wine Bar on Wednesday. From 4 to 7 pm, spoil yourself with non-Leo’s cuisine taken straight from the pages of his new book!
Photo: Lee McCoy