Heard on the Hill

‘Queer Eye,’ beer and the Washington Nationals: Your Hill Horoscope

What to do in D.C. the week of Sept. 9-16

Antoni Porowski of “Queer Eye” will share recipes from his new book “Antoni in the Kitchen” on Tuesday at the Lincoln Theatre. (Courtesy HMH Books)

In the kitchen 

Tuesday at the Lincoln Theatre, food and wine expert Antoni Porowski of Netflix’s “Queer Eye” will preview recipes from his new book “Antoni in the Kitchen.” The book is out Monday. Porowski will also take questions from the audience. We hope you like guac!

You’re brewtiful

As part of DC Beer Week, Red Bear Brewing will host a discussion on Thursday featuring women shaping the D.C. craft beer scene. Yes, there will be beer.

Friday the fur-teenth

Nats Park will host Pups at the Park on Friday, which is a great excuse to spend some time with your dog — or if you don't have a dog, to go out and adopt one. Proceeds from the dog ticket sales will be donated to the Humane Rescue Alliance.

Who says Friday the 13th has to be unlucky?

Weekend winedown

The National Union Building on Saturday will play host to the D.C. Wine Fest. From noon to 10 p.m. amateur sommeliers can sample wines from all over the world and listen to live music while trying a variety of food.

Taste the world

This Saturday, before watching the Atlanta Braves destroy the Washington Nationals, pick up a ticket for the pregame International Food Festival. Food and beverage samples from participating embassies will be available as well as a Nationals cookbook with recipes from Vince Navarette, the team’s senior executive chef.

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