Tag: open for business

#TBT to JKGF Getting a Taste of the Newly Opened Vieux Carre
[ 0 ] September 29, 2016 |

#TBT to JKGF Getting a Taste of the Newly Opened Vieux Carre

JKGF helped celebrate the opening of newbie, Vieux Carre, a New Orleans themed cocktail bar located at 1413 K Street NW.  Here’s glimpse into our first look at the place that is sure to take DC Mardi Gras celebrations to the next level. What to order?  The Bywater equals you will not need to order more than […]

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The New Way to Cater Your Event.
[ 0 ] July 11, 2016 |

The New Way to Cater Your Event.

For those looking to have their next event catered like the cool kids, I suggest you start here.  Mess Hall (www.MessHallDC.com), a one-of-a-kind culinary incubator concept based in Washington DC’s Edgewood neighborhood, has launched a catering service. The thing I like about this new concept is that it borrows from all of its talent to make […]

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The ThipHive Is Going To Get Me For This One…
[ 0 ] May 12, 2016 |

The ThipHive Is Going To Get Me For This One…

When new restaurants come to D.C., the whole town is up in arms trying to snag a reservation.  The new place must have the essential requirements, however, to garner this type of attention.  First, it must seat 40 or less.  Second, it must be extremely hard to get a reservation, patrons must have a minimum […]

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Comeback Kid:  Bangkok Joe’s Returns
[ 0 ] May 5, 2016 |

Comeback Kid: Bangkok Joe’s Returns

Bangkok Joe’s Thai Restaurant & Dumpling Bar is back by popular demand and in full effect. Closed in 2014, with mixed reviews they decided to give it another go round with a revamped interior and new menu items.  If the soft opening is any indication of what is to be expected, then customers are in […]

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Where I’m Eating:  Ocopa
[ 0 ] April 23, 2015 |

Where I’m Eating: Ocopa

Over the past 15 years, I have visited almost every restaurant in Washington, D.C. Unbelievable right?  With that being said, it is easy to see how I could get bored with the scene and welcome new, fresh ideas with open arms.  Heading to Ocopa offered a feeling of excitement for what was to come.  The […]

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