We learn about the history architecture and culture while tasting from local eateries in Washington DC! Customers eat learn and enjoy our city!
Mangia? Food tour?... Say what? “Mangia” is Italian for “Eat! Enjoy!” Mangia DC is our way of helping locals and tourists alike enjoy DC and all it has to offer—the food, the sights, the history, and the people! Join us for our Italian Food Tour! Our food tour is a walking tour in which an energetic, knowledgeable guide with a passion for food will show you around the city just like a historic sightseeing tour—with the added bonus of stops along the way at some of the area's most unique and delicious restaurants for tastings. We will stop at 4-5 local eateries and sample at least one dish. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies, we will be more than happy to accommodate. Unlike many major U.S. cities, Washington, DC doesn’t have an official Little Italy. However, that isn’t to say our fair city isn’t home to some of the world’s best Italian food. Schedule your food tour today and taste for yourself what DC has to offer!
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Packing the dry ingredients for a delicious Latin meal!
We have donated a portion of every ticket sold since the beginning of Mangia DC, and this #GivingTuesday we would like to highlight SOME (So Others Might Eat) who have been on the front lines of fighting homelessness, hunger, and poverty in Washington, DC, for 50 years. As our nation's capital battles the coronavirus, SOME remains dedicated to ensuring that DC's most vulnerable residents receive the care and services they need.
Tomorrow on #GivingTuesday, we at SOME have a goal of raising $100,000 to ensure that every hungry person who comes to us for help this winter gets a hot, nutritious meal and access to our full continuum of care. Thanks to a generous donor who will match your gift dollar-for-dollar, your gift will make TWICE the impact!
Ready to get started? http://ow.ly/itH650CyqA7
This #GivingTuesday Mangia DC Food Tours has decided to donate to Sick Cells in their fight for raising awareness and their advocacy work for those affected with sickle cell disease. 1 in 365 African Americans have sickle cell disease, yet because of systemic racism in our health care system, sickle cell disease remains -extremely- underfunded. There are currently only 4 medications available. Similar blood disorders like cystic fibrosis and hemophilia have over 100 medications.
To learn more about their advocacy work please visit: www.sickcells.org
Today is #GivingTuesday. Please consider making a donation to Sick Cells as we continue our work to elevate the voices of the sickle cell disease community.
This year, we have achieved so much while experiencing great loss. Our Co-Founder and inspiration, Marqus Valentine, gained his warrior wings on June, 22. His legacy lives on and continue to drive home the mission of Sick Cells.
Through Marqus' spirit, this year we launched an Ambassadors Program, told 25 new stories, and even attended a White House Roundtable to advocate from the highest house in the land.
On this #GivingTuesday, tap into your #GivingGene and donate to Sick Cells.
Ways to donate:
1. On Facebook
2. On venmo: @sick-cells
3. Online: sickcells.org/donate
15 Places near DC for Fall apple picking! Please note the Covid updates on each location. Reservations required for most orchards!
redtri.com Take a bite out of fall at these DC area orchard farms where you can pick-your-own apples.
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves! See what The Dining Traveler mentions about getting back into the swing of things while staying safe...
I've slowly started to return to restaurants. This pic is from my 2nd brunch outside my home in FIVE months at @convivialrestaurant 🇫🇷
Aside from having a yummy #restaurantweek menu, I liked that there was enough space between tables plus a divider. Servers were great and there was have sanitizer on the table.
Restaurants are doing their part in trying to keep us safe but we, the consumers need to do our part as well.
- be courteous: you know the rules. Wear a mask! Wash your hands. If you feel unwell, stay home.
- be patient: restaurant owners and staff are doing the best they can. They are constantly having to change their procedures as health rules and guidance change
- not ready to eat out yet? Order takeout! If you can, pick it up yourself instead of using delivery apps. Buy gift cards from your favorite restaurants as gifts.
- if you enjoy your experience, give the staff a compliment, tip well, share your experience with your friends on social. Word of mouth goes a long way.
Are you back to dining out? What has your experience been like?
#diningtraveler #ramwdc #brunchlife
Happy National Prosecco Day! Prosecco is a sparkling white wine from 9 specific provinces in Italy. With it's crisp aromas, prosecco is a refreshing summer beverage and a Mangia DC favorite! Prosecco is widely available in grocery and liquor stores across the DMV! Enjoy!
Check out this great way to support DC local businesses!
Join local DC businesses this weekend for #DCDogDays!
In response to COVID-19, @districtbridges is partnering with @dcshopsmall to expand this yearly sidewalk sale and take it online! DCDogDays originated in the 14/U area in 2000!
This weekend, August 8-9, many DC businesses (@DogTagBakery and @LaTomateDC), will be participating in the virtual event, offering promotions and discounts all weekend long! Visit dcdogdays.com for the complete listing!
Great read for DC foodies! A Dupont favorite (Kramerbooks) is staying in the Circle for another 3 years but revamping its space! Read on and enjoy the food and book pairings!
dc.eater.com All Day by Kramers weaves in French influences and serves only natural wines
Happy National Tequila Day! Why not celebrate by supporting your local DC restaurant!?
#tequila #margarita #mydccool #washingtondc #eatlocal #eat
Looking for some last minute food ideas for the weekend? Check out these great ideas!
DC Foodies: here's a creative way to use 'pasta water'!
washingtonpost.com Tangy goat cheese and pasta water come together to create a creamy sauce that coats each pasta strand.
There's still time to support these DC bakeries!
dc.eater.com D.C. pastry chefs Paola Velez and Willa Pelini started the worldwide fundraiser
Tomorrow is Sustainable Gastronomy Day! What better way to celebrate than a cooking class for a great cause! Details and tickets: https://bit.ly/NPHcooking
#sustainable #gastronomy #cooking #nonprofit #nutrition #cubanfood #yummy #covidcooking #fundraiser #latinamerica #charity
At home baking slowing down, flour and egg prices returning to normal. Interesting read for foodies!
npr.org The price of baking flour has fallen along with the price of eggs, suggesting an easing in the baking craze that gripped hungry and housebound consumers in the early weeks of the coronavirus pandemic.
Join us Thursday for a cooking workshop to benefit NPH USA! Tickets still available!
Have you heard? NPH & Mangia DC Food Tours Food Tours have come together to bring cooking with a master chef to your home. Join us June 18th for this unforgettable culinary experience.
Today is the FINAL day to have ingredients shipped right to your door. Click here to register: https://bit.ly/NPHcooking
Final call for those planning to place ingredient orders for those planning to join Mangia DC for the Caribbean Cooking fundraiser on June 18! Regular tickets will be available all week. We hope to see you live on Thursday!
Tickets and ingredient ordering details: https://bit.ly/NPHcooking
We're putting on our cooking aprons again! June 18 is Sustainable Gastronomy Day and we are partnering with NPH USA to bring you our next culinary event: Caribbean Cooking! There is also a ticket option to have ingredients delivered to your door! Register here:
So many great options to choose from on this list! Thank you FeedtheMalik for this post!
feedthemalik.com Check back regularly for a growing list of Black-owned restaurants in DC that are open for takeout or delivery!
Learn the basics of cake decorating from award winning decorator, Marsha Rehns!
Please join us June 18 for a Caribbean inspired cooking demonstration to benefit children in need throughout Latin America. Mangia DC is partnering with NPH (Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos) to bring you Caribbean Cooking! Sign up via the link below!
Veggie? Turkey? Beef? Whatever your preference: Happy National Burger Day! Please continue to support local restaurants...and don't forget to add fries!
Looking for a social distancing adventure in Washington DC? Check out the DC boundary stones that once defined the city limits. These boundary stones are the oldest federal monuments and you can access most of them! "X" denotes that this stone no longer exists. Feel free to post your boundary stone selfies!
As DC may possibly start to slowly reopen, we too are establishing new safety and sanitary standards. Mangia DC is a local business that supports small businesses! More news coming soon!
#mydccool #dctogether #smallbusiness
Everything you wanted to know about the flour shortage during the pandemic!
theatlantic.com The pandemic is reintroducing the nation to its kitchens.
Thank you for attending our virtual cooking experiences! Now we want to see your quarantine creations! Did you revive a family recipe? Did you create something new? We are looking for 3 amateur chefs to present their creations in an upcoming challenge cooking show! More news coming soon!
It's Bake your Cake Day here at Mangia DC! Join us for Classic Cake Decorating with Marsha tonight at 6pm! This is the next episode in our series of free quarantine webinars! Cake recipe and decorating ingredients are sent to you once you register:
Learn a new skill this Thursday! There's still time to join our free classic cake decorating class! Ingredients list and recipe instruction included with registration!
The Blue Angels will fly over DC today to honor healthcare workers! The fly over begins at 11:50am over Washington DC!
DC Farmers Market update: several farmers markets will be open this weekend with social distancing rules in place. Dupont Circle and Eastern Market will be open. Farmers markets play a crucial role in providing fresh food to District residents!
Did you know the tater tot was invented in 1953? Chef Julian will demonstrate how to make these tasty comfort treats in tonight's free webinar! Free registration is still open: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvc-mpqzwvGdQNf_9gk7c0jV4_TjhmTJND
We still have spots left for the Apr 30th Quarantine Comfort Cooking class!
Why not enjoy the DC Film Festival while you're enjoying your local DC carryout? DC Film Fest is the longest running film festival in the nation's capital! Best enjoyed with local DC food fare!
wtop.com Filmfest DC was supposed to hold its 34th annual event this week at E Street Cinema, Regal Gallery Place and The Avalon, but the coronavirus shutdown changed everything.
Thank you to all registered attendees for today's Healthy Quarantine webinar! Visit www.mangiadc.com/our-events to stay up to date for future events!
#covidcooking #quarantine #quarantini #healthy #mangiadc
There's still time to join us for "Healthy Quarantine Cooking" on Apr 16! Come help us raise funds to support our tour guides displaced from the pandemic. Registration is free!
Our next Quarantine Cooking class is tonight! 6pm EST! Perfect Pantry Pasta! Register for free: https://mangiadc.com/our-events/ and come wish Chef Julian a Happy Birthday! [Donations go to staff affected by Covid19.]
Mangia DC Food Tours is your go-to company if you're a foodie looking for public or private food tours, cooking classes and curated food experiences in Washington DC. Treat your taste buds and join us on our cultural and food tasting experiences in Georgetown and Dupont Circle! Get your hands dirty and learn to make delicious four course meals in our cooking classes. Join us for yoga & wine. Or ask us to curate a special event for your corporate event, birthday, bachelorette party, or just because!
How do Food Tours Work? Our food tour is a walking tour in which an energetic, knowledgeable guide with a passion for food will show you around the city just like a historic sightseeing tour—with the added bonus of stops along the way at some of the area's most unique and delicious restaurants for tastings. We will stop at 4-5 local eateries and sample at least one dish. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies, we will be more than happy to accommodate.
Mangia? Food tour?... Say what? “Mangia” is Italian for “Eat! \” Mangia DC is our way of helping locals and tourists alike enjoy DC and all it has to offer—the food, the sights, the history, and the people!
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