New This Week: Win Free Beer for Life at Pop’s SeaBar, Try Mio’s Puerto Rican Tasting Menu

Fresh options for dining and drinking.

Win free beer for life to wash down tasty eats like this Jersey dog at Pop's SeaBar. Photograph by Jeff Elkins

Win free beer for life at Pop’s SeaBar

1817 Columbia Rd., NW

Pop’s offers its VIP membership card to a lucky winner of a social media competition, which earns the holder free beer and prosecco for life. Drop by the AdMo bar for a $1 koozie, then take a fun picture of it at a DC landmark and post it to Instagram or Twitter using the hashtag #DCKoozieChronicles and tagging @PopsSeaBar. Membership is ordinarily $1,000, so pick your pic wisely (and stay PG-13).

Tryst Restaurant Group offers Bullfrog Bagels

Multiple locations

All five eateries in the group, including Tryst, the Coupe, and Open City, start serving Bullfrog Bagels on Monday. In addition to in-house preparations such as breakfast sandwiches, the popular rounds are available to go individually or by the dozen alongside large containers of cream cheese.

Get 10 percent lunch discounts at Hank’s Oyster Bar

Dupont, Capitol Hill, and Alexandria locations

Hank’s celebrates its tenth anniversary by giving back to guests. Stop by any of the three locations during lunch, Monday through Friday, and get 10 percent off the check by wishing your server happy anniversary. The deal extends through March 31.

Puerto Rican tasting menu at Mio

1110 Vermont Ave., NW

Chef Roberto Hernandez launches a chef’s counter at Mio, serving DC’s first Puerto Rican tasting menu. The nine-course meal can be reserved for two diners at a time, Wednesday through Saturday, during two seatings at 6 or 8:30 ($95 per person; $135 with wine pairings).

Three-course dinners for $30 at the Daily Dish

8301 Grubb Rd., Silver Spring

The seasonal restaurant launches a special menu on Monday, served through Thursday. Guests can pick from appetizers such as soup or pasta, followed by Norwegian salmon and steak, and dessert. Reserve wines are also $5 off.

Food Editor

Anna Spiegel covers the dining and drinking scene in her native DC. Prior to joining Washingtonian in 2010, she attended the French Culinary Institute and Columbia University’s MFA program in New York, and held various cooking and writing positions in NYC and in St. John, US Virgin Islands.