4th of July All American Cook Out

Join us for $40 All You Can Eat & Drink and fun patio games from 1pm - 5pm!

Thursday, July 4

1:00pm - 1:30pm

City Tap House Dupont

1250 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036
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4th of July All American Cook Out
City Tap House Dupont
    • $40 All You Can Eat & Drink

      Item Amount
      $40 All You Can Eat & Drink $40.00
      DC Sales Tax $4.00 (per ticket)
      Non-Refundable Service Fee $3.63
      Total $47.63
    • Sale Ended
    • Select Red and White & Craft Beers, Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Potato Salad and Coleslaw, and Icy Pops. Ticket does not include tip!

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This 4th of July, we're celebrating everything 'Merica.

Our "All American Cookout" is an all-you-can-eat-and-drink experience ($40 per person) and it's going down like this:
 Grub: Hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad & cole slaw
 Beers: Founders' Solid Gold, Dogfish Head's SuperEIGHT & Southern Tier's Swipe Light
 Wines: House selections, available by the glass

And if you're feeling a little extra, we'll also be shaking up some summer cocktail specials:
 Bourbon Slushes ($6)
 Grapefruit Crush & Orange Crush ($7)
 Watermelon Margarita Cocktail ($8)

Don't forget to tip your bartender or server* Please buy tickets to participate in the open bar and unlimited food, and make a reservation to guarantee a table. Email info.dupont@citytap.com for questions.*
  • City Tap House Dupont

    1250 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

Thursday, July 4, 2019

1:00pm - 1:30pm EDT

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For us, craft is everything. “Craft” is most often defined as doing things by hand. For us, craft is complex, innovative beers. Craft is food that inspires and surprises the palate. Craft is service that delights and exceeds expectations. Most importantly, craft means championing love and integrity in every aspect of what we do. Craft beer, for some time, was an exclusive culture; it existed in the basements of homebrewers, on niche blogs, and in obscure, tucked away bars. For outsiders, craft beer can be intimidating. In fact, we’re still learning. After all, it’s a big brewhouse out there. City Tap believes that craft beer should be accessible to everyone. In Philadelphia 2010, we saw an opportunity to bring craft beer to the people. With a wide, open bar, a huge selection of taps, an extremely readable draft list, and regional (dare we say exceptional) cuisine, our sudsy dream became a reality.

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