Going Out Guide: What’s new around Nationals Park in 2017? Beer gardens, brewpubs and Shake Shack.

9 things to do in the D.C. area the week of April 3-7; The Hotlist: 13 events you shouldn’t miss in April; These two Washington spots offer pub food and pinball; 9 beer festivals, tap takeovers and parties to quench your thirst in April; Damaged City Fest is your crash course in contemporary hardcore; 9 new outdoor dining destinations in Washington; Feeling lucky? This food truck lets you spin a wheel for a 99-cent pizza.; The month of March in restaurant openings and closings;
 
Going Out Guide
What to do this week
 
 
What’s new around Nationals Park in 2017? Beer gardens, brewpubs and Shake Shack.
Bardo offers a huge outdoor brewery welcoming to both kids and dogs, while Shake Shack opens on M Street.
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9 things to do in the D.C. area the week of April 3-7
Baseball’s Opening Day festivities kick off in Washington, as does Union Market’s drive-in movie series and a punk and hardcore music festival highlighting D.C. bands and national acts.
 
The Hotlist: 13 events you shouldn’t miss in April
The top things to do include the buzzy Ballet Across America celebration and an art exhibition that’s all about cats.
 
These two Washington spots offer pub food and pinball
Served with booze and fusion fare, the arcade games are no longer kid’s stuff.
 
9 beer festivals, tap takeovers and parties to quench your thirst in April
Celebrate Saison Day with Allagash and Right Proper or sip local brews at a bluegrass festival.
 
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Damaged City Fest is your crash course in contemporary hardcore
The acclaimed annual punk festival offers big thrills at high speeds.
 
9 new outdoor dining destinations in Washington
Here’s a sampling of patios that have opened since the last time you probably felt like eating outside.
 
Feeling lucky? This food truck lets you spin a wheel for a 99-cent pizza.
There’s no set menu at 50/50 Pizza. Once you spin a wheel on an iPad — and learn the price of your lunch — you can build your own pie from a list of ingredients.
 
The month of March in restaurant openings and closings
Debuts run the gamut from Shake Shack to the super high-end Mirabelle.
 
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