American food in focus at D.C. event

August 12, 2017 by  

The Brews, Booze and Bites festival is taking place next month in Washington, D.C.

A presentation of the Tudor Place Foundation, the festival will feature a variety of local bakers, chefs, confectioners, and brewers who will help to illustrate the history of American food as a tribute to the history of Tudor Place.

Guests will enjoy free unlimited food, alcohol, and beer samples. There will also be outdoor games on the South Lawn and musical entertainment provided by The Foggy Bottom Whomp Stompers who perform 1920s and 1930s jazz.

There are also set to be food history seminars and guests will be able to take some self-guided tours of this historic landmark which includes the house, outbuildings, and grounds.

This event will likely attract quite a few Washington, D. C. residents who are interested in sampling some of the best local food. To help spread the word, organizers may invest in flyer or brochure printing services.

The Brews, Booze and Bites festival will be held at the Tudor Place Historic House and Garden on September 16 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Tickets are $30 for Tudor Place members and $35 for nonmembers; there is a discount for groups of eight or more. Tickets include a souvenir tasting glass. For the most current information about this event, contact Felice Herman at 202-580-7321.