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Little Sesame’s “Summer of Hummus Launch Party” is Sunday at Hill Prince

From Little Sesame:

“We’re declaring this the Summer of Hummus and we’re throwing a party to celebrate. Join us at Hill Prince Bar for a summery soiree. We’ll be serving a fresh line up of food and drinks. She Loves Me will be on site making flower crowns. And DJ Center will be spinning the official soundtrack of summer.

Hill Prince I 1337 H Street NE DC 20002

Sunday, June 20th I 12pm – 5pm

$20 per person

*Ticket price includes admission, plus a custom BAGGU tote with the entire line up of Little Sesame hummus.”

Check out the menu and reserve a spot here.

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