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MCLEAN—Christina Tosi, founder of cult bakery Milk Bar, has a new pop-up at Tysons Corner — aka the mall the Northern Virginia native frequented as a youth. The holiday pop-up, complete with her iconic crack pie, runs through Monday, January 8. The Wharf’s new Milk Bar is now projected to arrive next month.
OLD TOWN ALEXANDRIA—Hotel Indigo in Alexandria is offering post-holiday stress relief bundles for $179. The “Refresh and Recharge” deals, active Monday, January 1 through Saturday, March 31, include a one-night stay for two in a king-sized guest room, breakfast from restaurateur Cathal Armstrong’s on-site eatery, Hummingbird, a spa box featuring locally made bath products from Truly Life, and a one-hour class at Barre3 Old Town or Refresh Yoga Center. Tack on in-room massages for an extra fee.
SILVER SPRING—All Set Restaurant & Bar (8630 Fenton Street) will celebrate the XXIII Winter Olympics with five new caffeine-heavy cocktails such as Irish coffee with hot coffee and Jameson whiskey topped with whipped cream and ground cinnamon, and Mexican coffee with hot coffee, Kahlúa, tequila and whipped cream. The featured beverages ($8 each) will be available from Friday, February 9 through Sunday, February 25; the bar plans to broadcast the Olympic contests live on its four flat-screen TVs.
UNION MARKET—Homegrown shopping hub Union Market just debuted a new online delivery service via Mercato.com with more than 1,000 items for sale, ranging from holiday meats to cocktail party supplies. Delivery service is available throughout D.C. and the greater DMV and delivery is free for the first order with promo code UNIONMARKET.