Category: Washington D.C.

New Menu Alert:  Mari Vanna
[ 0 ] October 30, 2014 |

New Menu Alert: Mari Vanna

Mari Vanna has a new menu, check out the deets below: Mari Vanna launches a new menu today featuring the hearty and savory flavors of Fall and Winter. Executive Chef Azamat Zhanizakov has added a handful of appetizers, entrees and desserts to the menu in honor of the colder seasons.  Guests can expect to nosh on new items such as Chebureki (two pan-fried […]

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Where I’m Eating:  @SiloDC919
[ 0 ] October 30, 2014 |

Where I’m Eating: @SiloDC919

Silo is the new kid on the block.  Actually, it might be the only kid on the block now that I think of it.  That does not take away from the competition it has on the east and west of it in the Mount Vernon DC neighborhood.  Rustic in style and classic in cuisine, Silo […]

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Good Deed Tuesday:  Cha Cha for Charity
[ 0 ] October 28, 2014 |

Good Deed Tuesday: Cha Cha for Charity

Good Deed Tuesday continues with this week’s spotlight on Cha Cha for Charity.  See deets below: A Brunch to Benefit The Wanda Alston House! The Wanda Alston House is the first and only housing program in Washington D.C. that is solely dedicated to offering pre-independent living and support services to homeless, at risk gay, lesbian, […]

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Beer Lovers Unite at Drink the World Beer Festival
[ 0 ] October 24, 2014 |

Beer Lovers Unite at Drink the World Beer Festival

Beer Lovers will take over DAR Constitution Hall this November for Drink the World Beer Festival.  Because we loves you (JKGF Readers!), we got the hook up on discounted tickets for JKGF readers.  Use the promo code DRINKWEB10 to get $10 off any ticket.  Cheers! Drink the World Beer Festival is your passport to unlimited pours […]

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Oyamel’s Day of the Dead Festival is Not to Be Missed
[ 0 ] October 20, 2014 |

Oyamel’s Day of the Dead Festival is Not to Be Missed

Halloween isn’t your thing? Shameful memories of college costume contests? Or how after the first time you saw Psycho or Carrie you kept the lights on that night? Don’t worry, Day of the Dead is a bit more refined for your taste. Honoring those who have passed, the holiday is celebrated not only in Mexico […]

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