The Cherry Blossoms are starting to bloom in DC. Head down to the National Mall and then head toward the Tidal Basin. The Jefferson Memorial is the best place to get a nice picture of the whole basin. If you are not interested in seeing the whole National Mall and want to get right to the Cherry Blossoms, take the Blue Line to Arlington National Cemetery and then walk across Memorial Bridge. It is about 1/2 mile closer to the cherry blossoms. The Cherry Blossoms should be in full swing for the next two to three weeks. If you have never seen them, you have to take a trip to DC. The puffy white blossoms amongst the National Monuments is a sight everyone should see.
Metropolitan Food, Libations and Luxury Home Show
Saturday and Sunday
200 elegantly design, home and art vignettes, trend setting kitchens, over 100 hart to find wine, artisan brew and spirits tastings. There is also Gourmet food tastings and much more. Located at the Gaylor National Hotel at the National Harbor. Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
Gadsby’s Tavern Rum Punch Challenge
Just as guests to the tavern did over 200 years ago, enjoy different rum punch creations from local distilleries, restaurants and caterers and vote for your favorite! The winner will be announced at the end of the evening. Also enjoy food (both period and modern) as well as a silent auction full of great items. Cost is $50 per person (includes admission and food and drinks for the evening) or $100 (includes admission, food and drinks, and a pre-event VIP tasting with Bacardi). Reservations are required.
Check out the events above. There are also events happening all weekend on the National Mall. Including the kite festival, Target Concert stage and various other events.
Have fun this weekend,
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