What You're Doing Tonight: 11/11

Check out one major food fight or 2 great 90s rock bands

Smashing Pumpkins: Catch the popular 90s rock group back in action as part of their 20th anniversary tour. 8 p.m., Dar Constitution Hall.

Capital Food Fight: The Capital Food Fight is all about the on-stage culinary battle between five top chefs and the fight against hunger.Come check out this cool charity event. 6 p.m. Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center.

Toadies: A Music Snob Pick, Fort Worth alt-rockers Toadies scored one of the better one-hit-wonders of the '90s with 1995's "Possum Kingdom," which featured one of the best and most recognizable guitar riffs of MTV's buzz clip era. The band found itself opening up for some of the '90s most loved alternative bands. Soon, though, its angry-voiced post-grunge had vanished from the scene. The band reappeared with a second major label album in 2001, then disappeared again. But here they are in D.C. for the second time in five months, this time with a new album, "No Deliverance." Nightclub 9:30

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