6 Things To Do This Weekend On Lower Georgia Avenue

Looking for something to do this weekend on Lower Georgia Avenue? We have you covered!

Midlands (3333 Georgia Ave NW)

Cool off at The Midlands in their outdoor garden area under the umbrellas and fans, or inside in their air-conditioning! This weekend, they’ll have Jenis Icecream, frozen margaritas, fros├ęs, 24 draft lines, amazing cocktails, and more to cool you off in this summer heat. To read about their COVID-19 precautions, visit their website.

Hook Hall (3400 Georgia Avenue NW)

Want to pretend you’ve temporarily transported to a tropical paradise? Escape to The Oasis at Hook Hall!

Reservations are available in advance for both tables and cabanas, or they also have tables available for walk-ins.

Cabana reservations are $100 for 2.5 hours, and include a bottle of champagne. Each tropical themed Cabana includes sectional lounges, table, swing, a bean bag, bottle service, contactless ordering, USB power ports, and a special menu. Learn more about their COVID-19 precautions on their website.

Teatro de la Luna

Beat the heat by staying indoors and enjoying Teatro de la Luna’s productions from the comfort of your home. They recently released several new features! You can view them all for free here (donations are always welcome!).

Sonny’s Pizza (3120 Georgia Ave NW)

Did you know Sonny’s is back in action?

They are now open for take-away Thursday-Sunday, 5:00pm-10:00pm, and are making 40 pies each night! Grab a whole pie, some slices, new chicken and eggplant parms, salads, and some of our favorite natural wines, beer, and spirits.

SWEAT DC (3232 Georgia Avenue NW)

Get fit this weekend with Sweat DC’s new Shredz & Gainz weekend outdoor bootcamps!

They offer two morning sessions on Saturday and Sunday in the parking lot at Georgia Ave & Kenyon Street. Bring your own mat and water (disinfectant will be provided). Reserve your spot here.

Yoga Heights (3506 Georgia Avenue NW)

Start your days this weekend with outdoor yoga at Wangari Garden (Park Place & Irving Street). They are asking for a suggested donation of $10-$15. Masks required until you’re on your mat. Sign up in advance online.