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All-You-Can-Eat Barbecue; Debate Watch Party Drinking

PENN QUARTER—Tonight, Hill Country launches an all you can eat barbecue menu that will be available Monday nights from 5 to 10 p.m. For $25 per person, you get a platter of brisket, pork ribs and chicken plus any of the restaurant's sides. You can't take anything home with you, though, and everyone in your party has got to be in on it. [EaterWire]

CLEVELAND PARKArdeo + Bardeo is hosting a watch party for the Republican presidential debate tonight. From now until 10:30 tonight, you'll get discounts on select wines and beers. [EaterWire]

COURTHOUSE—Les Dames D'Escoffier, Bayou Bakery and Abita are teaming up tomorrow night for a Louisiana-themed dinner that includes a cooking demo and beer pairings. Tickets are $48 for the general public. [EaterWire]

CLEVELAND PARKRipple hosts its first beer dinner tomorrow night featuring Sierra Nevada brews. At $75 per person, it's five courses with six beer pairings, all kicking off at 7 p.m. [EaterWire]

ATLAS DISTRICT—Prince of Petworth reports that next week ANC 6A will host the first in a series of three meetings discussing the possibility of a cap on liquor licenses available to H Street businesses. The meeting will be September 20 at 7 p.m., if you're so inclined to rabble-rouse. [PoP]

BOOZE NEWS—The City Paper has a pretty sweet guide to finding beer from Brooklyn's Sixpoint Brewing Company when it launches in the DC market this week, starting with today. [WCP]

Hill Country [Photo: Amy McKeever/Eater.com]

Ripple

3417 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20008 202 244 7995 Visit Website

Hill Country Barbecue Market

410 7th Street Northwest, , DC 20004 (202) 556-2050 Visit Website

Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery

1515 North Courthouse Road, , VA 22201 (703) 243-2410 Visit Website

Sababa

3311 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, , DC 20008 (202) 244-6750 Visit Website

Hill Country

410 Seventh St, NW, Washington, DC

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