There’s nothing political about this D.C. party. The International Wine & Food Festival will return to the nation’s capital next month for the 13th straight year.
The popular festival celebrates everything foodie, from rare olive oil to delectable chocolate to fine wine.
Beer-lovers can also get in on the action; an expansive Beer Garden will feature a full menu of craft beer, cooking classes, and crash courses in mixology.
The week-long festival culminates with two days of grand tastings at the Ronald Reagan Building on February 11 and 12. Both single-day and multi-day passes to the event are now available.
CC Flickr photo credit: Joe Shlabotnik
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