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Christmas Eve at Al Dente

December 3, 2020

Al Dente offers a pre-fixe menu for dine in or pre-order for pick up from 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm for $39.95 per person.  


Appetizer choices include “Romaine Salad” with anchovies, crouton, garlic, poached egg, and parmesan cheese; signature Al Dente-style meatballs; “Fried Zucchini Flowers” stuffed with ricotta, mint and lemon; and more. 

 

Entrée choices include “Calamarata” with squid, shrimp, mussels and clams in a spicy-cherry tomatoes sauce; “Lemon Chicken” with roasted potatoes and carrots’ “Mezzi Rigatoni” with cream and black truffle sauce, pancetta and fried leeks; “Veal Scalloppini” with leeks, fontina cheese, portobello mushrooms and marsala sauce; and more. 

 

For dessert, choices include “Pecan Tarte” with warm caramel and vanilla gelato; “Panna Cotta;” “Tiramisu” and more.

 

Guests can pre-order for pick up by emailing info@aldentedc.com. To view the full menu and make a reservation, visit Al Dente


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Enjoy National Symphony Orchestra at Home

November 15, 2020

Watch video from the National Symphony Orchestra performing at home as well as full concerts and highlights from Kennedy Center stages and beyond.  Click here to listen to music from Beethoven, Dvorak and more.

 

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Tudor Place Lecture on Marietta Minnigerode Andrews

October 20, 2020

Tudor Place is sponsoring a free virtual lecture on Marietta Minnigerode Andrews: Womanhood and the Arts with Krystyn R. Moon, Ph.D., University of Mary Washington; Department of History and American Studies  on November 17 from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. 

 

Born to a prominent Virginia family, Marietta Minnigerode Andrews’ writings and artwork characterize a southern, white woman trying to make sense of the rapid changes in American society at the turn of the century. Her work, at times nostalgic, functioned as a criticism of the effects of modernity on its celebration of the past. This lecture will explore Andrews’s work as an artist and a writer, giving insight to life in the Washington metropolitan region in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

 

You will be sent a link to Zoom with instructions, meeting ID and password via email one day before the event.

 

Register here.


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