Where & When: What to Do Tonight
Bryan Greenberg at Jammin Java, a Sierra Nevada beer dinner at Ripple, and a September 11 commemorative art exhibit
Tuesday, September 13
MUSIC: Bryan Greenberg and Julia Sinclair are dropping by Jammin Java club tonight. Greenberg is best known for his roles in Bride Wars and One Tree Hill, but fans may be surprised to learn that the actor released an album in 2007. You can listen to some of his tracks here. You can also sample tracks from Sinclair, who appeared at SXSW this year and is working on her first album in Los Angeles, here. Tickets ($15) can be purchased through Jammin Java’s Web site. 7:30 PM.
BEER: Ripple is whipping up a Sierra Nevada beer dinner with dishes prepared by Executive Chef Logan Cox. The five-course menu includes pickled shrimp with crispy couscous, rabbit croquette, smoked quail, spiced duck, and more. Tickets ($75) can be reserved by calling 202-244-7995. 7 PM.
ART: For one night only, Washingtonians can experience the “Recording/Responding to Loss and Recovery” exhibit at Edison Place Gallery. The collection will feature work by 39 international artists, all of whom have commemorated the tenth anniversary of September 11, 2001 through different mediums. Experience live performances by local electric cellist Wytold, a collaborative spoken word piece by Regie Cabico and Gowri K, and a panel discussion. Tickets are free, but attendees must RSVP though Eventbrite. 6 to 8 PM.
DRINKS: Buddha Bar’s popular “Twitter Tuesday” promotion is back. All you have to do is follow the restaurant on Twitter. Every week, Buddha Bar will send its followers a secret password—good for one free cocktail between 5:00 and 7 PM. Cheers!
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