/ The DC Traveler
Washington DC — By Jon Rochetti on May 23, 2010 at 5:36 am
Filed under: Clarendon, event

Memorial Day Pig Roast for the Leukemia Society

Nothing says “summer” like an old fashioned community pig roast.  And 3 Bar & Grill (formerly Restaurant Three) in Arlington, Virginia is hosting this charity fund-raiser to celebrate the opening of its outdoor patio with benefits going to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Take a 250 lb pig, roast it over open coals for hours and then offer pulled pork sandwiches for a suggested donation of just $5.00 and you have a great Memorial Day Pig Roast for charity.

Add to the list a collection of great hand-crafted beers and cocktails including a $3.00 Bell’s summer Oberon Ale, $5.00 Bacon Bloody Mary’s and a sampling of other foods, including the featured pasture-raised, “beyond organic” pig that was raised humanely on a small family farms in the Shenandoah Valley.

Pulled Pork Sandwich3 Bar & Grill is a neighborhood eatery in the Clarendon  neighborhood of Arlington, featuring Southern and Low Country cuisine with imaginative twists.

The restaurant’s impressive bar was manufactured by Brunswick-Balke-Collender (now the Brunswick Corp.) and dates back to 1909 when it was first installed in a bar in Russell, Kansas.

Drink specials include Bell’s Oberon Ale for just $3.00, $2.00 Miller Lites and $5.00 for a Bacon Bloody Mary.

3 Bar & Grill

2950 Clarendon Boulevard

Arlington, Virginia  (map)

703-524-4440

Dates & Times - Sunday, May 30, 2010, 4:00 p.m. until they the pig runs out

Tickets – none required

Nearest Metro Subway Station –Clarendon  – Orange line, then a 2-block walk.

Parking – Limited metered street parking and area paid garage parking is available.

Images – Flickrsandwich

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