DC Greeks and AHI Present Bouzouki & Brushstrokes Event Mar. 18

WASHINGTON, DC – DCGreeks.com and the American Hellenic Institute (AHI) present Bouzoukia & Brushstrokes Greek Night & Art Show at WHINO on Friday, March 18, 7:30 PM. Kick-off AHI Awards Dinner Weekend across the Potomac in Arlington, VA with a Greek Night and Art Show at the newly opened WHINO, a 6,200 sq. ft. restaurant combined with an art gallery, a modern open concept venue which invites patrons to inhabit large-scale mural installations while enjoying craft cocktails, beer, wine and globally inspired social plates by Executive Chef Eleftherios Natas.

Doors open at 7:30 PM with live music by Golden Flame and the event continues until 2 AM with sounds by DJ George Tsakiris. Enjoy a welcome cocktail courtesy of KLEOS Mastiha Spirit while taking in the works of Greek-American contemporary visual artist, Elena Kariyannis aka EROCKSNY.

Admission is $75 and includes a complimentary welcome cocktail for the first 300 guests who purchase a ticket to this event online, courtesy of KLEOS Mastiha Spirit!

Dress to impress, cocktail attire suggested. The event includes complimentary small plates, cash bar.

WHINO is located at the Ballston Quarter 2nd Floor) 4238 Wilson Boulevard in Arlington, VA, Metro stop: Ballston-MU (Orange, Silver) (.1 mi), and onsite parking is available at the Ballston Public Parking Garage. Must be over 21 to attend.

Tickets available online: https://bit.ly/3trjO2Y.


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