This article originally appeared on Eater DC.
Washington's international bent means restaurants and bars source some interesting wines from around the country and all over the world. Tasting all that inventory can quickly become a pricey hobby, particularly for oenophiles who gravitate toward finer vintages or favor ordering a bottle or two alongside dinner.
Paying full price for that next pour doesn't have to be a given, though. Many restaurants offer half-priced wines during off-times. Most of these specials happen early in the week, such as Mondays at Takoda and Duke's Counter, and Tuesdays at normally beer-centric Brookland Pint. And it's common to see "Wine Wednesday" promotions around the city to help guests get over hump day.
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Travis moved to D.C. in 2007 has written about the city's diverse food scene for a number of outlets over the years, including Eater DC, Washington City Paper, Washingtonian and DCist, where he was formerly the food editor.