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Naturally, there are plenty of places hosting Passover and Easter-themed specials this weekend. Here’s one that’s doing things a little differently: Ping Pong Dim Sum is offering all-you-can-eat dim sum for $25 per person, plus bottomless mimosas for $15 per person, at both its Dupont Circle and Chinatown locations. Sounds entirely non-festive, right? Not quite. In a twist on the holiday tradition of dying eggs, the restaurant is dying its drinks. Color your own cocktail at the table-side mimosa bar. And, if you’re feeling truly festive, come dressed in a bunny outfit. All cottontail-costumed diners get 15 percent off their bills.

Coming up: Tickets are now on sale for “Oysterstock” at Poste Moderne Brasserie, an Earth Day-themed celebration benefiting the Oyster Recovery Partnership on April 22. Chef Dennis Marron will be preparing Rappahannock and War Shore oysters, plus house-made sausages, coleslaw, mac and cheese, and steamed clams. Tickets cost $75 per person. Get yours here.

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