950 New York Ave, NW. Photo by Albert Ting
From an email:
“For the cooler months, the Conrad Washington, DC will bring a taste of the French and Italian Alps to CityCenterDC. Launching this Friday, November 22nd in collaboration with Moncler, the Conrad’s third floor terrace will transform into a luxurious Après Ski experience complete with mountain lodge décor and European-inspired specialty cocktails and shareable dishes.
Guests are invited to snuggle up next to the outdoor fire pits with provided blankets and enjoy thermoses for two of Hot Buttered Rum and ‘Haute’ Toddies. Offerings from the special terrace menu, available in full here APRES SKI MENU (PDF), include wines by the glass, beers, cocktails and an extensive Fromage et Charcuterie Board featuring Tomme de Savoie and Saucisson d’Alsace salami served with house-made persimmon mostarda and accompaniments, Croque Madame au Confit de Canard prepared with duck confit, duck prosciutto and gruyere, and fireside S’mores with chocolate ganache and chocolate rocks.
Photo by Albert Ting
Groups of 4-12 people looking to indulge on the terrace can opt to enjoy the Fireside Port Experience, a tableside decanting of a ’94 vintage Fonseca in the traditional glass breaking method paired with a Rogue Valley Stilton-style cheese plate.
Guests at Après Ski on the Terrace are also invited to explore the interactive Moncler ski gondola activation, complete with a display of the latest Moncler outerwear, located in the lobby of the Conrad. Hotel guests staying in the exclusive Sakura Club will have the ability to borrow Moncler coats from their rooms to wear while enjoying the ultimate winter experience. Après Ski on the Terrace staff will also be outfitted in Moncler coats.
Those who attend the grand opening of Après Ski on the Terrace on Friday the 22nd, from 5-7pm, will receive a complimentary amaro-based cocktail, the Montagne et Monastere made with Amaro and Lambrusco.
Après Ski on the Terrace will run, weather permitting, Tuesdays to Thursdays from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 4 p.m. – 11 p.m. through February.“