Looking for something to do in April? We’ve got you covered. Here are the top DC events to attend during this gorgeous spring month!
The Cherry Blossom PUB is an exciting and tasty event you definitely don’t want to miss out on!
For its third year in a row, this year’s event will feature everything ramen-themed, from a room designed like a bowl of ramen to delicious ramen served by UZU.
Some delightful cocktail options include Honeydew, Hone See and the Once and Floral. While sipping on your floral spring drink, head over to the garden room that was actually inspired by the Fontaine de L’Encelade in the Palace of Versailles.
The oldest film festival in DC and serves to promote work from the international film community. Tickets are $11 per person, some events are free of charge and on a first come, first serve basis.
The event will be showcasing 80 films, from 45 countries, in the span of 11 days.
Foodflix, a special section of the festival, is about creating and presenting great cuisine and introduces viewers to some of the world’s most accomplished chefs, sommeliers, and the drama mixed in with the recipes.
Although international in scope, Filmfest DC is also local in genre. The premiere of DC Noir, the new film by Washington’s own award-winning author George Pelecanos, is one of the most anticipated parts of the festival.
It’s the start of baseball season! If you’re looking to do something fun, grab your friends or family and check out a Nationals home game against one of these several teams.
Apr 2-3 vs. Phillies
Apr 12-14 vs. Pirates
Apr 16-18 vs. Giants
Apr 26-28 vs. Padres
Apr 29 – May 1 vs. Cardinals
Boutique crafts, arts, and the best French foods. At the Georgetown French Market, stalls line the streets on Book HIll to offer a chance to purchase gifts, fine art, and home furnishings.
Don’t miss when this charming neighborhood transforms into a Parisian-inspired open-air market! This exciting event is taking place on Wisconsin Avenue from O Street to Reservoir Road, NW where more than 35 local boutiques, antique shops, cafés, and galleries will feature designer goods, art, home furnishings, French fare, and more.