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With distillery producer Don Ciccio as part of the distillery’s global holiday dinner series, Brookland’s Finest (3126 12th St., NE) will feature a $45 three-course meal with cocktail pairings December 15, Thursday. The Mexican-focused menu will include chalupas, birria tacos and cafe flana.

Delve into the cocktail world with Phil Greene at Georgetown’s City Tavern Club (3206 M Street, NW) good December 15, Thursday. Sample four cocktails from the drinks historian’s new book of celebratory drinks. The event costs $55 and comes with light appetizers. It will start at 18:30 in the evening. Find tickets here.

Dauphine’s (1100 15th St., NW) will serve four people Evelyn dinner December 15, Thursday to Friday, December 23. As for the restaurant’s Christmas tradition, it’s foie gras and duck fat terrine on a cocoa cracker; ricotta cavatelli with pickled greens and bacon; and lemon ice cream cake. Dinner is $85 with a $65 wine pairing option. Book your place here.

The folks at Cheesetique in Del Ray (2411 Mt., Vernon Ave., Alexandria) will perform wheel cutting December 17, Saturday. Combine with traditional wire cutting and taste a famous gruyere. The event, which starts at 13:00, is free.

Owen’s Tavern (11820 Trade St., Bethesda) will showcase 15 different drafts and bottles on Maryland brewery Sapwood Cellars December 17, Saturday. Come to the Pike & Rose hangout for limited release beers and garlic bread pizzas, burgers and more. All beers will be priced individually in four ounce pours.

The neighborhood winery (Ur Calea 385, SE) will hold a holiday cookie matching event at the Navy Yard December 17, Saturday. Sample six different cookie and wine pairings for $50. The classes start at 13:00 or 15:00 and you can buy a ticket here

Capitol Hill food hall Roost (1401 Pennsylvania Ave., SE) is hosting a holiday sparkling wine tasting December 18, Sunday. Taste up to 30 different wines for $39 (you can also buy bottles). The tasting will be divided into two sessions, from 12:00 to 14:00 or from 15:00 to 17:00. Buying tickets here

Last call bar (1301-A Fourth St., NE) will hold its annual holiday cocktail seminar December 19, Monday. Attendees can expect cocktails, drinks and bites from owner Gina Chersevani and a talented cast of bartenders around town. The event will take place from 18:30 to 20:30. Tickets are $60 and can be purchased here.

Peter Njoroge



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