What You'll Get
Choose from Three Options
- $25 for one admission to a last-Friday culinary and art event at Eden ($65 value)
- $45 for two admissions to a last-Friday culinary and art event at Eden ($130 value)
- $75 for four admissions to a last-Friday culinary and art event at Eden ($260 value)
Starting at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 25, and Friday, August 29, Eden’s clubby environs fill up with three levels of entertainment. Choose from:
- A sushi-making class taught by the chefs of Cafe Asia
- A sip-and-paint art party
- A barbecue with hookahs on the roof
Each person also gets two drink tickets, valid for cocktails or house wine.
Behind Eden’s velvet rope, some of the District’s best club music fuels long nights of dancing, mingling, and drinking. Lush greenery drapes over the main bar, softening the space in honor of the venue’s verdant namesake. At happy hour, guests can snack on Japanese bites such as gyoza dumplings, sashimi, and veggie spring rolls from Eden’s sister establishment next door, Cafe Asia.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 29, 2014. Amount paid never expires. Limit 10 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Choose from events held on Friday, July 25 or Friday, August 29. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Café Asia
Café Asia's menu reads like a jetsetter's dream itinerary. Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, China, Japan, and Vietnam. These seven East Asian countries may be the starting point for the eclectic lineup of spring rolls, ramen, fried rice, panggang, and noodle bowls, but it's Café Asia's chefs who take it to new places. The Vietnamese grilled pork demands special attention; chefs marinate the meat overnight with lime, garlic, fish sauce, and pepper. Café Asia could easily stand on its own as a sushi bar, however. Contemporary twists on traditional rolls have led to creations such as the eight-piece cajun roll with crawfish tail, sriracha, spicy mayo, and diced jalapeño, which is the world's spiciest fish.
The food's diversity has won many fans. In an article published on January 3, 2011, Examiner.com rightly noted that the restaurant has "enough choices to please almost any palate." The Washington Post also noted that the restaurant has hosted such distinguished guests as Dr. Jill Biden. Two full-service bars and a lounge allow Café Asia to host a slate of special events each year, including its New Year's Eve party.