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Fans of local beer will be lapping it up tonight at Scion in Dupont Circle, where native brewer DC Brau is taking over the tap lines and the chef has prepared a special three-course menu to pair with all the indigenous suds. On the menu: a smoked salmon mousse with spent grain lavosh, a Mediterranean duck pasta paired with DC Brau Citizen, a blackened rockfish risotto matched up with DC Brau Corruption, and, for dessert, nutella wontons with spent grain biscotti. The sweets, too, come with beer, namely the DC Brau Penn Quarter Porter. The price is $30 per person and the three-course deal is available all night.

Coming up: On Saturday, Arlington’s Bayou Bakery opens its patio for a St. Patrick’s Day crawfish boil. Blending Irish and Louisiana influences, chef David Guas will also be whipping up corned beef po’boys, topped with spicy pickled cabbage and crèole mustard. And, on Monday, Estadio hosts a four-course dinner showcasing the wines of the Canary Islands. Price is $100 per person and reservations are required.

For more info or other options, click on any link in the Y&H food events calendar above.

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