Special Offers & Ongoing Promotions from Orange Theory Fitness, Dryy, d’Lena, bartaco, Melange, and HEMPHILL
Thursday March 31, 2022
Orange Theory Fitness: Get your sweat on at Orangetheory Fitness [425 I Street NW]. Today’s the last day to purchase a Premier package for just $139 for the first month, compared to the normal rate of $219! For more details, call (202) 469-1035 or email [email protected].
Dryy: Swing into spring and get your coats or jackets cleaned at Dryy [1075 5th Street NW] today and save 15% with code COAT15.
dLeña: The Viva Abejas campaign continues through Sunday, April 24. Viva Abejas demonstrates the importance of bees, as one in every three bites of food depends on bees for pollination, and centers around Pachamama, the Incan goddess of Earth, planting, harvesting, and fertility.
Throughout the campaign, diners can enjoy bee-centric dishes and thematic cocktail offerings. House-made bee pollen nutrient capsules will be available for purchase as well. Make your reservations today!
bartaco‘s [1025 5th St NW] latest #bartacosecret, their spiced lamb kofta taco filled with juicy mediterranean spiced lamb kofta, topped with an herb yogurt crema and tabbouleh is available through May 4. And don’t forget about #bartacoMargaritaMarch, which ends today with the beachy, fresh Pineapple Express.
Melange: Celebrate spring with cherry blossom-inspired milkshakes from Chef Taddesse. Stop by Mélange [449 K Street NW] for one of Chef Taddesse’s delicious cherry blossom-inspired hand-spun milkshakes, crafted using ultra-premium ice creams churned in-house. Each 16 ounce milkshake is $7 and are available for a limited time only for dine-in at the restaurant, on the patio, and for pick-up.
HEMPHILL: American Sunset by Rush Baker IV will be on view through April, 30 at HEMPHILL [434 K Street NW]. American Sunset reflects upon the cause and effect of abolitionist John Brown’s 1859 raid on Harper’s Ferry which accelerated the nation into civil war, Baker has created a cycle of paintings conjured from a process where representation generates abstraction. Large and colorful, both beautiful and terrifying, his paintings possess the currents of emotional energy felt within the present-day fight for social justice. Baker interleaves the events and geography of Harper’s Ferry with textural applications of acrylic material, varying between matte and glossy, dark and light.