<ro>See an Art Show Opening
<lst><b>Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery
7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo
The Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery is part of Glen Echo Park, the cultural center and former amusement park. It offers classes and workshops for all ability levels throughout the year and hosts regular art shows featuring the work of Yellow Barn students and local artists.
<ro>Drink an Adult Beverage.
<lst><b>* The Hunter's Inn
10123 River Road, Potomac
* The Irish Inn at Glen Echo
6119 Tulane Ave., Glen Echo
* Margery's Lounge at Normandie Farms
10710 Falls Road, Potomac
* Flaps Restaurant
10134 River Road, Potomac
Those in search of wild — or late — nightlife will probably look to Bethesda and Washington, D.C. But Potomac offers several relaxed and charming locales for a glass of wine or a pint of brew. Hunter's Inn in Potomac Village is a local institution, and not a bad place to spot powerful Washingtonians. The Irish Inn at Glen Echo has a full-service restaurant and a separate pub, run by Christy Hughes, proprietor of the Dubliner on Capitol Hill. Normandie Farms has extensive list of fine wines, cognacs, vintage ports, spirits and "Normandi Farm" private label wines, and live entertainment Friday and Saturday evenings from 7 p.m. to midnight.
<ro>Experience World Cuisine
www.bethesda.org (Click "Dining") </b>
Nearby Bethesda has grown into a regional dining center, with traditional pubs and diners, quick bites, wine bars, fine dining, and everything in between. International cuisine includes Indian, Thai, Greek, Lebanese, Spanish, and Mongolian as well as the dining mainstays like Italian, Chinese and Japanese.
<ro>Take High Tea
10701 Rockville Pike
Enjoy a British ritual without getting jet lag. Afternoon Tea is served at Strathmore Hall, every Tuesday and Wednesday at 1 p.m. Prepaid reservations required, $17. There is no afternoon tea during the month of August, but it resume in September.