Five Things To Do on Lower Georgia Avenue This Weekend
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Looking for something to do this weekend on Lower Georgia Avenue? We have you covered!
Art of Noize (821 Upshur Street NW Rear, 2nd Floor)
At Art of Noize, view the powerful artwork from Alanzo Robles-Gordon and John Lister III at revolté. This multidisciplinary artist studio features local artists with impactful messages about race, equality, and justice. revolté, running until October 30th, is an exhibition challenging the Eurocentric idea of blackness and creating decolonized narratives for life in the future. The studio is open on Saturday from 12:00-6:00pm, so be sure to stop by before the exhibition ends!
Lulabelle’s Sweet Shop (847 Upshur Street NW)
Welcome the spooky season with jack-o-lantern and ghost lollypops from Lulabelle’s Sweet Shop! These homemade sweets are the perfect candy for trick-or-treaters or Halloween parties, so be sure to grab them before they go. You can also enjoy fall flavors with their limited-time pumpkin treats, including pumpkin chocolate chip muffins, pumpkin spice bread, and pumpkin apple cider! Pair your pastries with their freshly-brewed coffee or chai lattes if you need a tasty caffeine boost.
Heat Da Spot (3213 Georgia Avenue NW)
Start your weekend off right with breakfast at Heat Da Spot. This neighborhood favorite serves some of the best coffee in the District, as well as a delicious and extensive breakfast menu. Dine on classic favorites like waffles and omelets, or order one of their amazing Ethiopian meals. If you aren’t feeling like waking up early, no worries! The cafe serves breakfast all day, so you can order what you want while still hitting snooze in the mornings. With wonderfully-sized portions and a lovely environment, this restaurant is the perfect place to hang out with friends or get some work done!
No Kisses (3120 Georgia Avenue NW)
Enjoy what little fall weather the District has left at No Kisses‘ outdoor beer garden! Adorned with umbrellas, benches, fans, and more, this spot is the perfect place to hang out and meet the Lower Georgia Avenue community. Bring your friends to hang out or celebrate an occasion while sipping on the bar’s natural wine, beer, and handcrafted cocktails. While you’re their, order from their sister restaurant Sonny’s Pizza and dine on piping hot slices from one of the best pizza places on Georgia Avenue!
Tabla (3227 Georgia Avenue NW)
If you haven’t tried Tabla‘s Khinkali yet, what are you waiting for? For a limited time, you can try their seasonal zucchini and cheese Georgian dumplings. Made with fresh ingredients and bursting with flavor, this doughy deliciousness is the perfect meal to warm up in the colder weather. Be sure order one of their traditional Georgian desserts, like their matsoni yogurt murabit or chocolate-walnut truffles, for a sweet end to your meal!