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!
Park View Holiday Market (3400 Georgia Avenue NW)
This Saturday, December 18th, check out the last day of the second annual Park View Holiday Market! Located at Lower Georgia Avenue favorite Hook Hall, this market hosts a ton of local artisans and businesses, so you’re sure to find that last-minute holiday gift you need! Check out Nutmeg Wellness Teas for a fulfilling cup of naturally-grown herbal tea, or Culture Socks for footwear that stands out and looks great while doing so. Stop by any time from 10:00am-2:00pm to support small businesses and spread holiday cheer!
St. Vincent Wine (3212 Georgia Avenue NW)
Need a gift for the vinophile in your life? St. Vincent Wine has launched their wine club subscription just in time for the holidays, and it’s backed with all sorts of amazing deals! For just $69 a month, subscribers will receive 2 bottles of wine hand-picked by St. Vincent’s sommeliers and 50% off all to-go wines purchased in their store. And with all kinds of bottles—including whites, reds, and bubblies—there’s something for every palate. Gift a subscription to a friend, or say cheers and join the club yourself today!
Sonny’s Holiday Market (3120 Georgia Avenue NW)
Haven’t gotten your holiday market fix yet? Sonny’s Holiday Market is here for your last-minute gift shopping on Saturday, December 18th from 11:00am-5:00pm. Hosted at Sonny’s Pizza, this market is the restaurant’s last pop-up of the year and will have multiple vendors from around the DMV area. If you’re looking for a photosynthesizing friend to add a little green to your winter blues, see what PLNTR has to offer! Romy Studios has modern and minimalist statement earrings that add the perfect amount of pop to any outfit. From vintage clothes to all-natural dog food, there’s all kinds of great things to find at this market, so stop by and see what you can find!
Amen Cafe (3661 Georgia Avenue NW)
Start your weekend off right with delicious breakfast food from Amen Cafe! This immigrant-owned restaurant offers delectable Ethiopian-inspired dishes that locals rave about. Try an order of CheChebsa, with Quitta (thin Ethiopian bread) fried in Nit’ir Qibe (butter) and seasoned with a mix of hot chili pepper and salt for a perfect mix of sweet and spicy. Pair your meal with a steaming cup of house-roasted Ethiopian coffee for a caffeine fix, or one of their refreshing smoothies made with fresh fruits and vegetables for an immunity boost!
Mom N’ Pop Antiques (3534 Georgia Avenue NW)
There’s always something new to find at Mom N’ Pop Antiques, and this week is no exception! Their newest arrivals include 1960s jazz, rock, and soul LPs that work great with any record player, a beautifully-made damask tapestry with a vibrant floral scene, and a comfy office chair for those long days working from home. If you’re looking for a decorative addition to your home or know someone who loves retro vibes, this is the place for you. The store hosts a constantly-rotating selection of antiques, home furnishings, collectibles, and more, so be sure to check out what they offer before it sells out!