Five Things To Do in Columbia Heights This Weekend
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Happy Halloween! If you’re looking for ways to celebrate the spooky season this weekend, here are a few of our suggestions.
Noche Cultural (1400 Park Road NW)
Come celebrate Halloween the Columbia Heights way with Noche Cultural! This amazing community event is returning for another year, bigger and better than ever. From 4:00pm-7:00pm on Sunday, October 31st, enjoy live music, a costume contest, and yummy treats for all! You can also enjoy other free Civic Plaza for All events earlier in the day, like a Low-Impact Interval Training cardio class from 12:00pm-1:00pm and face painting and balloon art from 3:00pm-5:00pm.
La Cabaña (3614 14th Street NW)
There’s no party like a Halloween party! La Cabaña is usually known for their amazing Salvadorian food, but this Sunday, October 31st from 9:00pm-2:00pm, they’re ready to throw a spooky-themed bash. Bring your friends and get ready to party. Along with great music, they’re offering special drink deals, like bottles of Ciroc for just $70! There will also be a costume contest with a $300 cash award for the winner, so be sure to go all out with your outfit!
The Wonderland Ballroom (1101 Kenyon Street NW)
Speaking of parties, The Wonderland Ballroom is ready to celebrate all weekend. On Saturday, October 30th, get your pre-Halloween partying in starting at 10:00pm with their costume party and music provided by DJ Smudge. The next day, October 31st, their Malice in Wonderland costume contest and dance party kicks off at 11:00pm. Hosted by Indomitable Z featuring music from DJ Rachi and DJ Kid Marvel, there’s no better way to dance the Halloween night away!
The Coupe (3415 11th Street NW)
Fall in DC has officially started, and The Coupe has all kinds of specialty drinks to celebrate the season. Using homemade syrups and freshly-brewed coffee, their menu embodies all of the autumn flavors you know and love. Bundle up with a warm fall spice latte on their open-air patio, or lose some layers and chill out inside with their brown sugar apple pie latte. Be sure to pair your drink with a warm snickerdoodle cookie or slice of classic carrot cake for the perfect café experience.
Makan (3400 11th Street NW)
Before your big Halloween plans, grab brunch at Makan for hearty and delicious dishes that will keep you going all day long. Open at 11:00am on Saturdays and Sundays, this restaurant offers Malaysian-inspired food and drinks you can’t help but loving. Some of their best brunch meals include nasi lemak with chicken config and coconut rice, and cucur udang with shrimp and sweet chili. Add an order of one of their house cocktails or mouthwatering dessert dishes to complete your brunch!