[PAST EVENT] William & Mary Women: Capitol Hill Food Tour

May 19, 2018
1pm - 4pm
Eastern Market Metro Station | 701 Pennsylvania Ave SE | Washington, DC 20036
Access & Features
  • Paid event
  • Registration/RSVP

Join fellow William & Mary women on a progressive food tour through Capitol Hill. Located within earshot of the US Capitol and the National Mall, Capitol Hill is one of the oldest, historically diverse, and most beautiful areas in Washington, DC. 

During the event, guests will be brought on a fully guided tour through the neighborhood that John Philip Sousa and J. Edgar Hoover called home to take in the area?s rich culture and architecture. Throughout the tour, guests will visit four critically acclaimed restaurants to enjoy a variety of specially created dishes. The establishments chosen offer cuisine that highlights the culinary history of the area and utilizes local ingredients whenever possible. We will be joined on this tour by Dania Matos, Deputy Chief Diversity Officer at William & Mary.

This tour costs $50/person to attend, and includes food at each location. $40 tickets are available for members of the Society of 1918 and the Young Guarde ('09-'18).

RSVP by May 11, 2018. Space is limited.


Jack Edgar '15 | [[jjedgar]] | (202) 836-8602