25 Jul 2014

Dining:

The Happiest Hour: Atlas Brew Works, Now Serving Pints!

We have incurred the holy wrath of some of you out there by trying to extend the boundaries of Capitol Hill before. However, this is such a delicious piece of news, we hope even the most stringent by-the-book boundary supporters won’t mind this foray beyond H Street, because BEER. As some of you may know, […]


15 Jan 2014

Date Night on Capitol Hill

Sure, date night and Capitol Hill are not synonymous — especially for this mom of two who hasn’t been on a date in a very, very long time — but that isn’t stopping Destination DC and Living Social from offering a variety of date night discounts, deals and ideas, some of which are specific to Capitol […]


23 Oct 2013

Bluejacket Opens Tuesday at the Boilermaker Shops

Yup. It’s finally here. Next Tuesday, Bluejacket opens on the Southeast Waterfront, says Tim Carman at The Washington Post. There has been a lot of anticipation for this all-in-one restaurant, bar, and brewery. Earlier this summer, I got a taste of a few of the beers made by brewmaster Megan Parisi. What you can expect on opening […]


12 Sep 2013

To Do

Tonight the Hill Center is hosting an an opening reception for a new multi-artist show which runs though November 3. All artwork in the show, which features photography, paintings, and intricately woven circuit boards, is for sale. The featured artists are Alan Braley, Kimberley Bursic, Eric Celarier, Betsy Glassie, Cynthia F. Johnson, Glen Kessler and Rindy OBrien. Friday night, Speakeasy DC returns to the […]


17 Jul 2013

Celebrate Belgium at Eastern Market this Saturday!

Here’s a bit of European history: Back in 1830, Belgium officially separated from the Netherlands. On July 21, 1831, the country installed Leopold I as its monarch, and thus became the Kingdom of Belgium, a French-speaking, Catholic, bourgeois country with a passion for making the world’s tastiest mussels, frites, beer and chocolate. (Thank you, Wikipedia!) […]