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Sarajevo Beer Festival Brings Audiences Together With Cold Brews, Punk and Hip-Hop

By Ali Enright July 18, 2018

The Sarajevo Beer Festival, commonly abbreviated as SBF, drew both old and young attendees, and Bosnian locals rubbed shoulders with tourists from all over the world. The festival embodied a combination...

Georgetown Is Getting a New Beer Hall!

By Mike Radice and Mike Radice March 26, 2018

Finally, some good news that doesn't involve rats in our favorite dining establishments nor our dilapidated on-campus housing is gracing our school. The Georgetown neighborhood is getting a brand-new bar...

The Real Tombs Trivia

The Real Tombs Trivia

By Mike Radice and Mike Radice September 24, 2017

Ahh, senior year is finally here! While for many this involves dreaded words like "employment" and "graduation," there is a very easy way to forget all of this: The Tombs. From the great deals on draft,...

125 Substitutes for Season Tickets

125 Substitutes for Season Tickets

By Alessandra Puccio and Alessandra Puccio February 23, 2017

New year, new team? Maybe not, but we can only hope for the best when it comes to our men's basketball team. The team has had a long road. From winning to NCAA championship in 1984 to not even making the...

4E Reveals Whats Changing at Tombs

4E Reveals What’s Changing at Tombs

By Meg Lizza and Meg Lizza September 5, 2016

If you didn't already know, The Tombs is reopening tomorrow – September 6 – after a three month renovation. While 4E doesn't want to reveal all that is changing (you'll have to see for yourself),...

Bar à Vin
Bar à Vin, one of the newest restaurants on M Street, offers an impressive food menu alongside an extensive and thoughtfully curated drink selection.

Sophistication at a Price

By Nick Biggs-Chiropolos April 1, 2016

The latest product of M Street’s constant turnover rate of shops and restaurants is the new Bar à Vin, a discreetly located wine bar near the waterfront at 1035 31st St. NW. With no noticeable sign...

Belgian Beer Bar Open For Business

By Melina Delkic February 12, 2016

The Alexandria-based company, Neighborhood Restaurant Group, opened a Belgian-inspired beer bar and restaurant, the Sovereign, in Georgetown on Feb. 4. Located at 1206 Wisconsin Ave., the 4120-square-foot...

Rhino Temporarily Closes

Rhino Temporarily Closes

By Ian Tice and Ian Tice July 9, 2014

Popular M Street spot Rhino Bar and Pumphouse will be closed through the weekend, leaving thirsty Hoyas looking for another place to spend their late nights. After a February sting in which police...

Casual Thursday: Pumpkin Overload

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy October 18, 2012

Now that fall is in full swing, pumpkin spice is impossible to escape. From lattes and bagels to soup and bread (and of course pumpkin pie), it has firmly cemented itself as the spice of the season....

Pint by Pint

By Mairead Reilly September 28, 2012

As the first commercial brewery to operate within the District of Columbia in decades, D.C. Brau is spearheading the push to revive Washington’s beer culture while also fighting for the political...

Living Without Wingo’s (for now)

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy August 1, 2012

It was brought to our attention earlier today that Wingo’s is currently closed, and won’t open again until August 20th. Where else are we supposed to get sauce that promises to be hot on the way...

Drink the District: Beer Edition

By Michelle Cassidy and Michelle Cassidy July 18, 2012

If there's one thing that we truly love here at 4E, it's the phrase "unlimited beer tasting." Lucky for us, Drink the District is hosting an event that is just that. On July 28, Drink the District: Beer...

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