Solar Eclipse of the Heart

Get ready to witness the celestial spectacle of a lifetime as a totall solar eclipse takes place on Monday,April 8. It will be visible across North America and is being dubbed the Great North American Eclipse. Around DC, find prime viewing spots,  exclusive events and activities. You know we've curated a comprehensive guide to ensure you make the most of this awe-inspiring phenomenon. 
A solar Celebration: Yotel invites guests and locals to witness the solar eclipse from YOTEL Washington DC’s rooftop lounge, Deck 11, boasting unparalleled views of the sky. This historic gathering offers guests the chance to be part of this momentous occasion while savoring distinctive culinary delights and beverages from Deck 11 and the hotel’s on-site award-winning restaurant Art and Soul. From 2 to 5 pm, attendees can indulge in complimentary bites and specialty cocktails. Eclipse glasses will be provided for a captivating view of the peak at 3:20 p.m. Extend the enjoyment by staying for Deck 11's full-service bar and a tempting selection of artisanal snacks and bites post-event.
Fifty Fifty Eclipse: Join ChurchKey on Monday, April 8th, for a total solar eclipse party featuring 11 different versions of FiftyFifty's Eclipse Imperial Stout. This year’s Great North American Eclipse is the perfect occasion to try over 10 different versions of Eclipse, including vintage bottles from 2015 and 2017. More info here

Jeni’s Celebrates Eclipse With Out Of This World Flavors: Ahead of this natural phenomena, Jenis is taking ice cream lovers on a flight through the galaxy with four cosmic ice creams and edible space dust. Flavors include: 

  • Nebula Berry - tart like a blueberry and vibrant like a raspberry with an elderflower fragrance
  • Cosmic Bloom - a tropical delicacy, citrusy like a mandarin, refreshing like a kiwi, and punchy like passion fruit
  • Purple Star Born - reminiscent of Concord grape and puckery-like blackcurrants - intensely juicy
  • Supermoon - created from the moon dust that glitters in the sky during a harvest supermoon + tastes like candied violet and marshmallows 

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