Things To Do In Washington, D. C.


$75 for One Month of Unlimited Yoga Classes at CorePower Yoga (Up to $200 Value)

CorePower Yoga

Multiple Locations

Dynamic flow of Vinyasa-style poses combined with breathing exercises, uplifting music and heat energize the body and mind.

$200 $75

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Shamrock Crawl with Souvenir Mug and Party Favors for One or Two from Project DC Events (Up to 50% Off)

The Shamrock Crawl 2015

Multiple Locations

Revelers celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with party favors, beers, irish car bombs and more at 15+ Dupont Circle bars

$20 $12

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General Admission with Unlimited Beer Tastings at Cloverfest on March 14 (Up to 39% Off). Two Options Available.

Cloverfest Beer Festival

Navy Yard Metro

Cloverfest offers unlimited green beer, tastings of 75+ beers, local food trucks, and live entertainment from Drink the District

$49 $30

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Party-Bus Transportation to Maryland Live! Casino for One or Two from Party Geek Transport (Up to 50% Off)

Party Geek Transport

Tacoma Metro Station

A party bus safely transports passengers from DC to the Maryland Live! Casino in Arundel Mills mall and delivers them back to the city later

$99 $50

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Two-Hour Jewelry-Making Course with Food Tasting for One or Two at Taste Art Gallery (Up to 51% Off)

Taste Art Gallery

Washington

All skill levels are encouraged to create jewelry pieces during workshops led by an experienced artist with an additional food tasting

$60 $30

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Spy History Walking Tour for One, Two, or Four from American Snapshots (Up to 67% Off)

American Snapshots

American Snapshots

Tour takes guests through history of espionage in Downtown Washington on a Spies & Scandals tour or Georgetown on a Spies & Scoundrels tour

$60 $25

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Four Weeks of Unlimited Martial Arts Classes at Karate Knights (50% Off)

Karate Knights

Washington

From the merchant: We teach Isshinryu karate to teenagers and adults.This is a combat style and is known for its strong fighters.

$60 $30

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5 or 10 Self-Defense Classes at Hard Training Fitness Club (Up to 70% Off)

Hard Training Fitness Club

Hard Training Fitness Club

Instructors coach students on practical techniques like hand-to-hand combat or weapon-defense that can be applied in self-defense training

$75 $24

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10 or 20 60-Minute Dance Classes at The Davis Center (Up to 72% Off)

The Davis Center

Brightwood - Tacoma Park

Students aged 5 or older learn how to express themselves using ballet, tap, and gymnastics techniques

$170 $59

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5 or 10 Dance and Yoga Classes, or One Month of Classes at MamaSita Movement & Wellness Studio (Up to 71% Off)

Mamasita Studios

Takoma - DC

Natural health practitioner and dancer aims to unleash confidence and burn calories through an eclectic array of dance classes

$70 $25

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$13 for $20 Groupon — Baby Loves Disco DMV

Baby Loves Disco Dmv Llc

Washington

From the merchant: The Rock and Roll Hotel at 1353 H Street NE, DC is transformed into a family friendly, community driven dance party

$20 $13

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One 60-Minute Instrument or Vocal Class at National Conservatory of Arts (55% Off)

National Conservatory Of Arts

Washington

From the merchant: Piano professors provide group and one-on-one attention to students. All instructors have graduate degrees or higher.

$220 $99

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Three-Hour DC at Night or American Spirit Monument Bus Tour for Two from Chariots for Hire (45% Off)

Chariots For Hire

Ronald Reagan Building

Tour-goers visit historic landmarks aboard a luxury bus, seeing the city’s best-known monuments by day or viewing a sparkling DC by night

$98 $54

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Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents “Legends” at Verizon or Patriot Center, March 19–April 17 (Up to 35% Off)

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey: "Legends"

Unicorns, wooly mammoths, and even a pegasus perform unbelievable feats alongside acrobats, cossack riders, clowns, and lion tamers

$39.55 $26

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The Sweet Spot DC: Mardi Gras Edition at Ibiza on March 20 and 21 (Up to 50% Off)

The Sweet Spot DC: Mardi Gras Edition

Ibiza

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Poets, burlesque performers, comics, and other artists explore sensuality in a high-energy performance devoted to “pop erotica”

$22.09 $11

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One-Hour Cherry Blossom Cruise for Two or Four from Boomerang Tours, Inc. (Up to 51% Off)

Boomerang Tours, Inc.

Ride the Boomerang

One-hour cruises in a party yacht along the Potomac River provide views of cherry blossoms in bloom

$60 $30

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Meditate and Build Self-Awareness During a Mindfulness Happy Hour

Meditation Workshop

Washington

Klia Bassing helps students have fun being mindful in their interpersonal relationships by mixing meditation with interactive games

$26

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$25 for Entry to DC Challenge: The Ultimate Urban Scavenger Race on Saturday, April 25 ($55 Value)

Challenge Nation

Fairgrounds

Teams race to solve clues and strategize to win cash prizes and awards during urban race; music and drink specials at post-race party

$55 $25

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Bridal-Show Visit for 1, 2, or 4 with Gift Bags from A Chic Affair on March 29 (Up to 95% Off)

A Chic Affair

Dock 5 at Union Market

Brides scope out all the stuff needed to make their wedding unique at the booths of creative, high-end vendors, then take home a gift bag

$180 $15

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  • RFD Washington
    If a beer connoisseur tried a different beer every day, it would take more than 13 years to sample every beer that RFD Washington has served. Since 1957, Regional Food and Drink (RFD) has slaked thirst with more than 5,000 types of beer, totaling a staggering 25 million total glasses served—a figure that earned it a Guinness World Record, among many other awards. The sister bar to the Brickskeller restaurant, RFD taps more than 30 beers at any given time, including a rotating selection of rare beers and handcrafted brews from breweries such as Gouden Carolus, La Chouffe, and Tröegs. It also carries more than 300 varieties of bottled beer, as well as premium liquors, single malts, and small-batch bourbons. The food menu has no choice but to revolve around beer, with dishes such as the 12-ounce strip steak in a stout marinade, and the brew burger, a half-pound Angus beef patty marinated in black lager and grilled on top of a keg. Inside RFD, flat-screen TVs line the running boards and refrigerators line the walls, proudly showcasing the cache of microbrews and handcrafted ales. Flags and banners dangle from the rafters, signaling to families and beer aficionados that they may have finally met their malted matches.
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    810 7th Street Northwest
    Washington, DC US
  • Biergarten Haus
    Standing beneath the German flags fluttering outside with the two-story timber structure of Biergarten Haus looming overhead, one might feel transported to the streets of a small Bavarian village. Inside, the head of an elk looks down at glasses full of more than 25 German lagers and weizens that draw from one of the largest selections of German beer in the area, while warm, doughy pretzels provide what the Washingtonian describes as an "excellent drinking snack" to pair with authentic German schnitzel, sausages, and potato pancakes. Old world meets new with 16 TVs airing sporting events inside the bar, which accommodates up to 400 patrons. Each day, wood burns within the large fireplace and the outdoor fire pits, warming visitors during the fall and winter. Climb the stairs to the rooftop beer garden?one of the largest German beer gardens in DC, and lauded as one of DC?s best by the Washington Post?where tables made of repurposed barrels cluster together underneath cool-water misters. Out back, a second beer garden populated by long, rustic tables is open for year-round Oktoberfest celebrations, and groups can clink glasses to celebrate birthdays or holidays.
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    1355 H St. NE
    Washington, DC US
  • The Queen Vic
    Throw back a few beers at English-style pub The Queen Vic, and enjoy an "across the pond" experience. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. Take your pick of beer, wine, or other beverages offered on The Queen Vic's menu. Just around the workday bend are The Queen Vic's happy hour food and drink bargains. Warm weather brings out The Queen Vic's highly coveted patio seating. For those big group gatherings, The Queen Vic provides plenty of space to have a good time. You can tote your laptop here to take advantage of the free wifi. Weekends are when crowds really head to The Queen Vic, so plan accordingly. Jeans are just right for a meal at The Queen Vic, which embraces a casual vibe. Catering is also available if you'd like serve The Queen Vic's tasty dishes at your next party. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. Guests take to street parking at The Queen Vic's H St NE spot. Prices at The Queen Vic typically stay below the $30 mark, so you can afford to bring along a friend or a date. All major credit cards are accepted, including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express.
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    1206 H St NE
    Washington, DC US
  • Jake's American Grille
    District 2 Bar & Grille District 2 Bar & Grille celebrates all things athletic, with special attention paid to college and professional football. Glasses and towers of beer slake thirst, while the full spectrum of hunger levels can be squelched with house chili, fish 'n' chips, and signature DRG burgers topped with ham and honey barbecue. Themed evenings?which might include karaoke or poker?add to the entertainment. Jake's American Grille The "Boiler Room" inside Jake's American Grille looks like something out of a sport's fan's wildest, most buffalo wing-filled dreams. Nine televisions surround the downstairs space, where you can cheer on your team or break for pool and video games. Beer flows from the taps here as well as in the upstairs bar, where bartenders pour Miller and Blue Moon into individual glasses or beer towers for groups to dispense at their leisure. The brews complement classic American cuisine such as steak, seafood, and burgers. And the decor is fittingly patriotic as well?Navy motifs throughout the space pay tribute to the restaurant's namesake, the owner's grandfather Edwin "Jake" Jablonski.
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    5018 Connecticut Ave. NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Dahn Yoga
    "Our bodies and minds are closely interconnected. Our state of mind is expressed in physical phenomena, and, conversely, physical phenomena reflect our state of mind," says Dahn Yoga founder Ilchi Lee, "Nothing is impossible. Keep working on it until it's possible. There is no failure, just the gradual process of success." To make this challenging, yet hopeful philosophy accessible to all, Lee combined the Eastern concept of chi energy with his own brain-management system, developing a distinctive program that unlocks inner peace and sweeps up brain clutter caused by the daily stress of always having to find Waldo. Warm-up yoga maneuvers awaken muscles before 30?40 minutes of breathing, stretching, core practice, and meditation?including a signature brain-wave vibration technique that aims to calibrate mental and physical energies. Cool-down exercises ease the body back into quotidian functionality before a 10-minute teatime invites socialization among participants while bolstering pinkie endurance. Dahn Yoga is also taught at independently owned and operated franchises called Body & Brain Yoga.
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    700 14th St NW
    Washington, DC US
  • Fitness First Health Club
    CEO Peter Harvey believes that a quality gym staff must demonstrate more than technical expertise. "Service doesn't only mean showing someone how to do an arm curl," he says. Certified personal trainers develop workouts that zero in on each person?s specific goals, giving clients the skills to pole-vault over impassable plateaus. By steadfastly refusing to hand out fish in favor of putting on master classes in fishing, they help clients become self-sufficient, educating them on fundamentals. During these one-on-one sessions, and in solo workouts, guests set calories ablaze atop rows of continually updated equipment. Treadmills, recumbent bikes, and strength-training tools line the walls. Members can also drop in for as many group classes as they can muster. Inside a separate studio, stationary cycles whir in time with galvanizing music, kickboxing strikes arc through the air, and barbells rise with each BodyPump rep. For more meditative practices, Pilates sessions and several types of yoga enhance flexibility and focus.
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    1828 L St NW
    Washington, DC US

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