Tag: openings

Drinks on Me:  Earls Kitchen & Bar Bees Knees
[ 0 ] September 2, 2015 |

Drinks on Me: Earls Kitchen & Bar Bees Knees

Earls Kitchen + Bar is slated to open in mid-October in Tysons Corner Center.  The Vancouver based restaurant group has opened over 64 restaurants in North America in its over 33 years in business.  Sounds like this new venture in the area is bound to be a success.  I had the opportunity to try out […]

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It’s Hot, I Need a Pool.
[ 0 ] June 17, 2015 |

It’s Hot, I Need a Pool.

It is hot and it is only going to get hotter as July rolls in, which means you should have a pool on your radar.  Memories of a recent trip to Vegas have me wanting to relive the constant stream of pool parties and sexy aquatic scene.  The District is upping the ante on trendy […]

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Where I’m Eating:  Alba Osteria
[ 0 ] March 20, 2014 |

Where I’m Eating: Alba Osteria

I love what is going on around Mount Vernon square.  New faces, spaces and places are emerging in Mount Vernon to dine out at providing an option outside its bustling Chinatown neighbor.  Alba Osteria is one of those refreshing spaces where it is hidden from the public eye of Massachusetts Avenue, but puts you in […]

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Where I’m Eating:  City Tap House
[ 0 ] March 13, 2014 |

Where I’m Eating: City Tap House

For years I have said the space at 901 I Street was bad real estate.  Pearl came and went with 901 following the same suit.  City Tap House has arrived and I think that bad luck may have come to halt.  Finally this space has a restaurant that makes sense for this space where the […]

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Open for Business:  Roofers Union
[ 2 ] February 13, 2014 |

Open for Business: Roofers Union

The three-story building in the heart of Adams Morgan that once housed Reef’s infamous aquariums, crescent bar and perhaps one too many underage drinkers now opens its doors once again but this time a rustic yet fresh tavern by the name of Roofers Union. Their inventive menu, created by executive chef Marjorie Meek Bradley, is […]

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