Going Out Guide: 9 things to do in the D.C. area the week of May 15-19

No hiking boots required: 6 great city strolls in Washington; Washington Jewish Film Festival returns, with films both light and dark.; Peregrine Espresso to open its own coffee roastery in Northeast Washington; Dessert for breakfast: Yes, you can totally do it. Here’s where.;
 
Going Out Guide
What to do this week
 
 
9 things to do in the D.C. area the week of May 15-19
Jazz in the Garden, the popular weekly concert series at the National Gallery of Art, kicks off on Friday.
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No hiking boots required: 6 great city strolls in Washington
These leisurely urban rambles are all about enjoying the scenery.
 
Washington Jewish Film Festival returns, with films both light and dark.
The 27th annual festival is, according to director Ilya Tovbis, ‘purposely broad.’
 
Peregrine Espresso to open its own coffee roastery in Northeast Washington
The opening of Small Planes Coffee will place Peregrine in a growing class of local shops that both roast and brew their own beans.
 
Dessert for breakfast: Yes, you can totally do it. Here’s where.
These dishes are just the splurge for a special occasion.
 
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