Hale & True Cider Co. is a big cidery in Queen Village with high ceilings and a rotating selection of seasonal ciders. Their flights come with an optional cheese pairing, which is probably a solid idea for your friend who “hasn’t eaten anything since breakfast,” but continues to pound pints. We like it best as a spot to day drink during the winter, but it’s also a good place to end a date after grabbing dinner across the street at The Good King Tavern.
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