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It’s a good weekend for gluttony: two Saturday events will allow you to overindulge in either ice cream or burgers. (Or, ya know, both.)
From 1 to 4 p.m. tomorrow, head to Dock 5 at Union Markets for the annual DC Scoop festival featuring ice cream, gelato, ice cream sandwiches, popsicles from more than a dozen different vendors. Among the participating purveyors: Dolcezza, Ice Cream Jubilee, Milk Cult, Shake Shack, and Gifford’s Ice Cream. The free event will include ice cream-eating contests, raffles, and other giveaways, as well as a competition to see whose frozen treats reign supreme. And if you need a break from the sweet stuff, Timber Pizza Co. and Luke’s Lobster will also serve food.
Meanwhile, the D.C. BRGR Bash from noon to 6 p.m. at the former District Flea lot (945 Florida Ave. NW) will pit burgers from 10 restaurants against each other. The participants include Willow Restaurant (the defending champion), Burger Tap & Shake, Old Ebbitt Grill, Fainting Goat, and Granville Moore’s. A $27 ticket includes five pre-selected “not-so-mini-burgers” from the competitors plus access to games and live music. A $47 ticket buys access for two people plus burgers from all 10 competitors. (Tickets are $30 and $50 the day of the bash.) There will also be beers from DC Brau, Atlas Brew Works, and New Belgium. Get more info and purchase tickets at dcbrgrbash.com.
Photo courtesy DC Scoop