Going Out Guide: 9 things to do in the D.C. area the week of May 8-12

The Hotlist: 13 things to do in May; 8 beer festivals, tappings and parties to quench your thirst in May; Non-Vietnamese food is popping up at Eden Center. Is this a sign of things to come?; These are Tom Sietsema’s top 10 new restaurants in Washington; Bread Furst’s Mark Furstenberg wins James Beard Award;
 
Going Out Guide
What to do this week
 
 
9 things to do in the D.C. area the week of May 8-12
Drink gin and rosé at the Royal, go backstage with the creators of ‘Serial’ and visit the newly reopened Bonsai and Penjing Museum.
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The Hotlist: 13 things to do in May
Explore weird and wonderful places around D.C., get up close with sharks at the National Geographic Museum and see the Washington Ballet’s season finale.
 
8 beer festivals, tappings and parties to quench your thirst in May
This month’s best beer events include the largest gathering of Maryland craft breweries and Ocelot’s second-anniversary party with a Phish cover band.
 
Non-Vietnamese food is popping up at Eden Center. Is this a sign of things to come?
Diners at the Falls Church center can now sample flavors from Korea, China and Thailand.
 
These are Tom Sietsema’s top 10 new restaurants in Washington
The Washington Post food critic shares his favorite newcomers, from a casual Cuban cafe to a French fine-dining destination.
 
Bread Furst’s Mark Furstenberg wins James Beard Award
The Beard awards are among the most coveted honors in the industry, and this was Furstenberg’s third year being nominated.
 
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