Ice Cream Jubilee is celebrating the Year of the Rabbit and Lunar New Year with new flavors and Asian-flavor-inspired ice cream tasting flights. Tasting flight tickets ($19) include one serving …
Following the sold-out success of Glamp Yards in October, The Yards, DC’s most exciting waterfront neighborhood for living, dining, shopping and relaxing, is bringing back the socially-distanced curated dining experience with a new twist!While it may not be cold enough to ski, The Yards will host a socially-distanced après ski-themed area called The Lodge at The Yards, which will accommodate 2-4 guests each. Similar to Glamp Yards, the instagram-worthy individual areas will feature alpine-chic decor and cozy seating in an exclusive section of the Sun Deck. Special snacks and drinks only available for Lodge patrons from several of The Yards’ restaurants will round out the rustic experience – no skis, boots or lift passes required!
The Lodge seating is available by reservation only and can be reserved for 90-minute windows in the evening on Friday, November 20th and during the day on Saturday, November 21st and Sunday, November 22nd. On Saturday and Sunday mornings from 10:00am until 11:30am, Lodge reservations will be kid and parent-friendly with safe, socially-distanced activities for young ones within the Lodge area. Now the whole family can enjoy a cozy outdoor experience with no waiting in line for ski lifts!
Reservations include snack boxes and drinks in three different tiers:
- Trail Run (serves 2 guests) – $50
- Back Country (serves 4 guests) – $100
- Double Black Diamond (serves up to 4 guests with additional exclusive treats) – $150
Participating Restaurants: Shilling Canning Co., Maxwell Park, Ice Cream Jubilee, La Famosa, Hatoba, Osteria Morini, District Winery, Anchovy Social, and Agua 301
On Saturday, February 4th, Jeni’s Shops Will Open at 9 a.m., Welcoming Pajama Clad Fans for Scoops of Limited Edition Maple Soaked Pancakes Flavor, Giveaways, and More! Learn more …
Ice Yards has become the event of the winter season, with revelers enjoying an unparalleled afternoon in DC’s icy winter wonderland. It will be a snow-brainer to stop by this …