The International Wine & Food Festival Returns to Washington DC
This February 14 – 15, the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center will be hosting the 10th annual Washington DC International Wine & Food Festival. In total, guests will find 600 wines from 150 wineries on-hand to sample, as well as a variety of cooking demonstrations from popular chefs including Andreas Viestad from Perfect Day and the Washington Post, Martin Yan from Martin Yan’s China, and Christina Pirello from Christina Cooks. Whether a connisuer of wine, fine dining or simply looking for an elegant way to spend your time in the DC area, there are a variety of reasons to attend the 10th annual Washington DC International Wine & Food Festival.
Even if you’re visiting the area solely to experience the International Wine & Food Festival, you’ll certainly want to find time to squeeze in at least a little sightseeing. Along the DC IT All! Tour you’ll visit a variety of historic DC sights including the US Capitol Building, Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, FBI Building, Arlington Cemetery and numerous other renowned sites for an encompassing look into our nation’s capital.
Another sightseeing option, the DC The Lights! Tour offers travelers a route very similar to the DC IT All! Tour, but with one major exception: you’ll take to the street after dark to experience the sites of DC lit up! So whether you’ll be spending all day at the International Wine & Food Festival and will have no time during the day to get out and explore or are simply a night-owl, the DC The Lights! Tour is sure to appeal to a wide range of DC visitor.