This Week’s Events: Toki and Kaz at the Source, Free Pinkberry, Masa 14’s White Party

Plus: Tequila at Hill Country and a Harlem Renaissance dinner at Eatonville.

By: Anna Spiegel

Tequila and barbecue: Head to Hill Country on Monday at 6 PM for a four-course dinner paired with 123 Tequila. There’s a cocktail hour with small bites such as pork belly tacos, followed by plenty of smoked meats. Reserve a space ($60 per person) by calling 202-556-2044.

All-night happy hour: To celebrate its new look, the Daily Grill in Dupont is offering happy hour items from 4 PM to close through October 5. Head in for $3 to $5 burgers, crabcake BLTs, wings, truffle fries, and discounted beers, wines, and martinis.

Paella festival: Jaleo’s tenth annual Paella Festival is in its second and final week, and there’s another chance to catch the paella-making class at Jaleo Bethesda from 6:30 to 8:30 PM on Tuesday. Hit up the festival last week? Leave recommendations in the comments.

Free yogurt: Pinkberry is offering free Greek yogurt—which can be topped with a variety of fresh fruit and granola—on Wednesdays from 11 AM to 2 PM.

Harlem Renaissance dinner: On Wednesday at 6:30, Eatonville celebrates the 75th anniversary of Zora Neale Hurston’s novel Their Eyes Were Watching God with a Harlem Renaissance-style dinner, a reading, and live music. The four-course meal includes a cocktail and dishes like blackened grouper with crawfish rice and spicy braised beet greens. The price is $60 per person.

More vegan!: Cedar chef Aaron McCloud has extended his $45 Vegan Week menu through the end of the month. On Thursday, the chef will showcase his recipes at the FreshFarm Market in Penn Quarter.

Happy anniversary, Drewno and Puck: The Source marks its fifth anniversary on Thursday at 6:30 with a collaborative dinner ($100 per person) featuring Asian dishes from Erik Bruner-Yang (Toki Underground), Kaz Okochi (Kaz Sushi Bistro), and others. Call 202-637-6100 for reservations.

Wine and cheese festival: Spend Saturday afternoon at Assaggi Osteria in McLean. Between 3 and 7, you can sample a global variety of cheeses and wines while mingling with various importers and distributors. Tickets are $50 in advance or $75 at the door. Look out for exclusive markdowns on bottles of wine—offered only during special events.

Green Festival: Go green this weekend at the Convention Center during the eight annual Green Festival. The sustainably focused lineup includes a Good Food Stage, DIY workshops with the owners of Capitol Kombucha on Saturday, and a homebrewing class on Sunday. Day passes start at $10; you can also spend $25 on produce at one of the nine area Mom’s Organic Market locations and get a gratis ticket.

Presidential dining: Saturday from 6:30 to 9:30 PM, eat like the original First Family at Mount Vernon with a Washington-themed dinner and tour. The evening starts with a Virginia wine reception, after which you’ll be led around the Mount Vernon estate, learning how the family grew and prepared food. A seated four-course dinner with wine pairings follows. Tickets are $175.

White party: It’s well past Labor Day, but break out your summer whites anyway for a party at Masa 14 on Saturday at 10:30 PM in the main dining room (those en blanc get a free cocktail). DJ Danny House is spinning, and there’ll be specialty drinks on offer.

Breast cancer bites: Party for a cause on Sunday at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel from noon to 3. More than a dozen all-star chefs, including Haidar Karoum (Proof, Estadio) and CityZen’s Eric Ziebold, are whipping up concoctions to benefit the Prevent Cancer Foundation’s George Washington Mobile Mammography Unit. Tickets are $30 per person ($40 at the door), and admission is free for children under 10 and breast cancer survivors.

Slow Food U: Sally Fallon Morell, author of Nourishing Traditions, gives a talk Sunday about the healthful diets of our ancestors. Held at the Metropolitan Community Church of Washington, DC, the event—a collaboration with Slow Food DC¬≠—is free and open to the public. It’s also a potluck, so don’t show up empty-handed.