Thursday, November 14, 6:30 p.m.
Pop Quiz: Disco Inferno 70’s Night

Kogod Courtyard at Smithsonian American Art Museum, 8th and F Sts., NW

We’re looking forward to a case of Saturday Thursday night fever – the National Portrait Gallery is bringing back their monthly trivia series, and this month is everything seventies. Time to dust off our leisure suits and boogie on down for a chance to win at their sweet, sweet prizes.

Deal nearby: Rasoi Indian Kitchen

Friday, November 15, 8 p.m.
BYT Presents: Sharks & Lasers

800 F St., NW

Our favorite purveyors of fun, Brightest Young Things, want to celebrate our favorite combination of deadly things: sharks and lasers. That’s right, there’s a party at the International Spy Museum to celebrate 50 years of James Bond villains. Aside from commemorating laser-fortified fish, attendees can mingle with real former spies and femme fatales (pro-tip: Richard Kiel a.k.a ‘Jaws’ in The Spy Who Loved Me is rumored to be in attendance). Oh, and did we mention the evil cat gallery? And a photobooth? Get the keys to the Aston Martin, let’s go!

Deal nearby: Mehak Indian Cuisine

Saturday, November 16, 1 to 9 p.m.
Ballston Bar Crawl

950 N. Glebe Rd., Arlington, VA

If you enjoy outdoor activities, join DC Social Sports in a bar crawl across Ballston’s most popular bars (including our personal faves, Front Page and Rock Bottom). Check in at Buffalo Wild Wings until 4 p.m. and get drink specials and win gift cards from participating bars.

Deal nearby: Denim Bar

Sunday, November 17, 1:30 p.m.
Matthew Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty

Kennedy Center Opera House, 2700 F St., NW

Tchaikovsky meets ... Twilight? British choreographer, Matthew Bourne, has reimagined the classic fairy tale as a supernatural, goth ballet (naturally). The slumbering princess awakes after a century-long catnap to find that Prince Charming is now a vampire. What’s a girl to do?

Deal nearby: Paolo's Ristorante