WASHINGTON DC: Richard Sandoval Restaurants Celebrate National Beer Day On Thursday, April 7th
Guests who dine at both El Centro D.F. can enjoy Corona Extra, Corona Light, Dos Equis Lager, Dos Equis Amber, Tecate, Victoria, Modelo Especial, Sol, Pacifico, Bohemia, and Negro Modelo. Those dining at Masa 14 can opt for the Corona Extra, Corona Light, Tecate, Dos Equis Lager. Those dining at Zengo can savor Corona and Tecate, while those dining at La Sandia can partake in Corona Extra, Corona Light, Dos Equis Amber, Dos Equis Lager, Tecate, Coors Light, Modelo Especial, Victoria, and Pacifico. Restaurant-goers at Toro Toro can sip on Modelo Especial, Corona Extra, Dos Equis Amber, and Amstel Light.
Recognized nationwide among beer enthusiasts, National Beer Day is an unofficial holiday in the United States celebrated every year on April 7, and marking the day in 1933, the first day in 13 years, that people could legally buy, sell, and drink beer. National Beer Day is a celebration of the Cullen–Harrison Act being signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt on March 22, 1933. Upon signing the legislation, Roosevelt made his famous remark, "I think this would be a good time for a beer." The law went into effect on April 7 of that year, allowing people to buy, sell and drink beer containing up to 3.2% alcohol by weight in states that had enacted their own law allowing such sales. People across the country responded by gathering outside breweries, some beginning the night before. On that first day, 1.5 million barrels of beer were consumed, inspiring the future holiday. Today, April 7 is recognized as National Beer Day and April 6 is known as New Beer's Eve.
Thursday, April 7th, exclusively during dinner service. Dinner is served from 4 PM to 11 PM at El Centro D.F. (both 14th Street and Georgetown); from 5 PM to 10 PM at Masa 14; from 5 PM to 10 PM at Zengo; from 5 PM to 10 PM at Toro Toro, and from 4 PM to 10 PM at La Sandia.