Bring It, Snowquester! Here's What To Do On Your Day Off

If you're affected by Snowquester — whether that means being totally snowed under in the 'burbs or just enjoying a slushy day off downtown — you'll want to keep up to date with what's open, what's closed, and how you can make the most of the white stuff. Here's a roundup of news you should know:
The Dupont Circle snowball fight is back! Meet in the circle today at 4 p.m. to take part. (Brightest Young Things)
Eater has a sizable list of currently open restos and food and drink specials that make it worthwhile to leave the house. (Eater)
And here's another one from the City Paper's Young & Hungry team. (Washington City Paper)
The Going Out Guide is keeping a running list of closings and restaurant specials for the day. (Going Out Guide)
The Washington Post is documenting the social element of Snowquester with a hashtag-generated page of Instagram shots, YouTube videos, Tweets, and more. Tag with #snowquester to get your voice in the mix. (Washington Post)
Brush up on your snowstorm etiquette, especially as it pertains to important subjects like shoveling snow, parking, and banking on a second snow day. (DCist)
Photo: Courtesy of The Washington Post/Toni L. Sandys

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