DOWNTOWN—Last night, the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance (OCRFA) hosted the 12th annual Turn Up the Heat gala at the Ronald Reagan Building to support ovarian cancer research and raise awareness. The gala featured food and drinks by more than 50 D.C.-based women chefs, mixologists, and restaurateurs. Chef Amy Brandwein of Centrolina was given the inaugural “Chef on Fire” award, highlighting the accomplishments of women chefs in the D.C. area.
PETWORTH—Ten Tigers is revamping its menu with a new lineup of vegetarian options, including fried cauliflower and shiitake noodle bowl.
RESTON—Red’s Table will celebrate March Madness 2017 with six big screen TVs and happy hour specials from March 14 through April 3. The 48-seat bar and lounge has a daily happy hour from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Additionally, Red's Table will be giving out funny excuse slips in the event of March Madness related injuries such as “wildcard coccus,” “hoop blindness,” and the “Irish flu.”
DOWNTOWN—Guests at the Hay-Adams can now buy the hotel’s privately commissioned collection of six acrylic drink coasters depicting some of D.C.’s highest profile political figures. The set is presented in a handsome red leather holder, and is priced at $65 per set (excluding taxes and shipping).