On Monday, we kicked off our inaugural C-U Food + Drink Tournament. We received masses of votes for the spherical of 32 matchups, and now we’re on to the Sweet sixteen. The NCAA’s exceptional advertising around the guys’ basketball championship — March Madness — has influenced other popular culture regions. If you haven’t crammed out some bracket this month, is it even March? These matters are inescapable.
As we made mention formerly, we have made our bracket for our private match. The Editorial Board met and discussed and polled our pals and own family for a list of the modern-day foods and drinks gadgets that can be unique to C-U. It’s more than the maximum popular item or our favorite objects at local bars and restaurants; we’ve prepared a listing of 32 questions that quintessentially encompass the uniqueness of C-U’s services at this second. For the maximum element, those 32 matters are “the component” to order from their respective establishments, or “the thing” that greater or fewer defines that established order. They are every legendary in their own proper. They are C-U’s staples of foods and drinks.
Remember: This isn’t always an exhaustive listing of every super item at the menu at your favorite eating place or the “fine” liquids at your preferred bar. It’s quirky and fun, intended to amuse and frustrate. As we circulate forward, you still get to decide which objects make it to the Elite Eight, one step closer to the Final Four and Championship matchup. The survey is underneath. It would require you to enter your email address to make certain one man or woman, one vote. We’re now not here for rigged elections and Russian interference. Unless deciding to enroll in our weekly newsletter, we can neither touch you nor share your contact records.
Eight Food And Drink Events To Feast On This Week
This week, cherry blossoms are blooming, baseball is the lower back, and warm weather is on the horizon. ESo eats and drink-thru the first days of spring with whiskey cocktails and Moscow Mule twists, a celebratory Persian dinner, discounted ramen, and more fabulous.
Whiskey Wednesday at Crimson
Spend this night with a unique selection of pinnacle-shelf whiskey cocktails at Crimson, along with numerous made with bourbon and rye from D.C.’s personal Republic Restoratives. Sip classics like a Rob Roy or an Old Fashioned or try creations like the Japanese bitter with Iwai Mars whiskey, melon liqueur, lemon juice, and Sprite. The deals are part of the bar’s International Whiskey Day program. (Crimson, Wednesday, five p.M.-near, $11-$13)
Beer, burgers, and baseball
The Nationals kick off their 2019 season on Thursday. Navy Yard’s Bluejacket brewery is firing up the patio grill for the afternoon with ballpark fare from a lager-glazed cheeseburger to sticky mumbo-sauce ribs. There can be five quaffable lagers on the faucet, further to a handful of delicious, hoppy brews. Swing through for a list of cocktails and wines, too. For a complete list of Opening Day deals, see here. (300 Tingey St. SE, Thursday at eleven a.M., a la carte)
Sunday Maydan dinner
Last week marked Nowruz, the vacation of the Persian New Year. Join Maydan this Sunday for a late ceremonial dinner from the eating place’s two govt cooks alongside some unique guests: Najmieh Batmanglij, author of “Cooking in Iran: Regional Recipes and Kitchen Secrets,” and Louisa Shafia, writer of “The New Persian Kitchen.” The menu could be a collaborative effort and include traditional dishes wine pairings. Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian can be the various attendees. Tables need to be reserved online earlier. (1346 Florida Ave. NW, Sunday at 3 p.M., $a hundred seventy-five consistent with man or woman)