10 Nov 2015

Barracks Row:

Alert the Foodies: 2015 Barracks Row Culinary Education Crawl

The holidays are upon us and we need to talk party strategy. Aside from your list of well-curated topics to discuss at parties that may or may not include red coffee cups, you’ll probably want some inspiration to wow party guests or fellow coworkers. This is where this weekend’s Culinary Education Crawl comes in! From […]

30 Sep 2015


New Neighborhood Guide by CSX

As part of its efforts to support the neighborhood during the Virginia Avenue Tunnel project, CSX has launched The Neighborhood Guide, a mobile-friendly neighborhood guide for Barracks Row and the Capitol Riverfront. Since the project–along with numerous other construction projects south of the freeway–is bringing hundreds of workers to the neighborhood, CSX saw an opportunity to […]

15 Sep 2015


Kicking off Autumn at Barracks Row Fall Festival 9/26

D.C’s street festivals all have their own unique feel, which is what makes them so great. One of my favorite things about Barracks Row’s Fall Festival is that it feels like such a neighborhood festival, with something for everyone who lives on the Hill. You can get a taste (literally) of what the Marines’ chefs and […]

02 Sep 2015


Where to Watch College Football on the Hill

If you’re like me, you’ve been counting down the days to the start of college football season. It’s the only thing that makes me excited about the transition from summer to fall. There’s nothing better than a bar full of people cheering for your favorite team or at least appreciating your loud cheering, so I’ve […]

01 Sep 2015


The Chesapeake Room Gets a Makeover

I wasn’t much a fan of The Chesapeake Room when it first opened. The oversized chairs on the patio, while beautiful, were uncomfortable and put you too far away from your dining companion. The food was ordinary. The drinks were fine. Then Xavier Cervera left (sort of) the restaurant empire he built… Long story short, […]

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