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Sunday, October 13, 2013

Fall for H Street Returns

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Bring a healthy appetite and all your thirstiest friends for the return of Fall for H Street experience on Saturday, October 19 from 1-6pm.  Fourteen of H Street’s restaurants and bars have conjured up one-day-only specials tailored just for you. They've got five hours of bottomless brunch punch, $4 rails, free mini-golf, buy one get two gourmet subs, and $6 half-liters of beer at Biergarten House.

Not only do you get to hang out at some great local establishments, but the proceeds will be donated to a local charity, making the deal even sweeter. Plus, get a free beer when you check-in. Visit fall4hst.com today to buy tickets, and use the insider promo code "Frozen" to get 20% off the $15 ticket price (only works for the first 50 buyers).

I also have a few free tickets to this event. Shoot me an email by Tuesday at 12pm, and tell me about your favorite way to spend a night on H Street. Best answers get a free pass. Subject line should be Fall for H Street.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I thought that these H street places signed an agreement to not do bar crawls.

anonn said...

hope we don't turn into adams morgan..

inked said...

8:50,
They did this one last year. My understanding is that it isn't technically a bar crawl. Specials include food, and other activities, as well as drinks.

Lil Wayne said...

Good, because the last thing we need here is another Adams Morgan..

-A concerned area resident who has lived here for a grand total of 4 years.

Anonymous said...

I lived in Adams Morgan for 5 years before moving to H St. And living here for the past 4 years ....believe me, H St is not Adams Morgan.

Anonymous said...

This appears to be canceled. Looks like it was deemed a bar crawl. Now if we could just get rid of those mass 200 person bike rides

Lindsay said...

It's a shame that no proceeds will go to a local charity now, because it seems like it would bring great business to our restaurants and bars. If the establishments felt that it would be a good community annual event, then they should have been able to host.

Anonymous said...

Oh give me a break. Nothing prevents a bar,restaurants, or Atlas Flats from giving money to charity, or holding a fundraiser. The H Street bars and restaurants do it all the time.