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The Stranger's Highball Week Is Next Week! Here's Where to Go in Capitol Hill

by Stranger Things To Do Staff It’s almost time for The Stranger's HIGHBALL WEEK! Brace yourself for 15 specially crafted cocktails, for only $5 each, starting on Monday! Check out what your favorite neighborhood bars have in store for you for August 21-27 on our Highball Week calendar! In the meantime, here's a few teaser cocktails from Capitol Hill: Mezcaleria Oaxaca's Mezcaloma Recipe: 1 oz Sauza Select.
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