Government Shutdown? – Where to Drown Your Sorrows Tuesday (and Indefinitely)

With less than 24 hours to go, the federal government is looking more and more likely that it will shut down on Tuesday October 1st . All non-essential employees (including, shockingly, me) would only have a few hours (at most) to shut down things on Tuesday morning and will be furloughed during the shutdown. Unlike … Continue reading Government Shutdown? – Where to Drown Your Sorrows Tuesday (and Indefinitely)

DC Bar News – Week(s) in Review – September 5th – September 24th

Sorry for the radio silence, been out of town (more on that later) much of the past 3 weeks or so with trips to Charlottesville, Memphis, Savannah & Charleston (Darius Rucker/Hootie sighting at brunch in the latter locale).  Not too busy on the DC bar news front, but there are some interesting bits of news … Continue reading DC Bar News – Week(s) in Review – September 5th – September 24th

Duke’s Grocery Opens Tuesday Sept. 10th – Preview – Info and Pics

As first reported earlier today by Washington City Paper's Young & Hungry blog and the Post's Going Out Guide, the new Dupont cafe/pub/market Duke's Grocery opens at 11a tomorrow (Tuesday, September 10th). Located in the former Cafe Green space next to Mr. Yogato between P and Church Streets on the 17th Street corridor,  this cozy, neighborhood spot … Continue reading Duke’s Grocery Opens Tuesday Sept. 10th – Preview – Info and Pics

DC Bar News – Week in Review – August 26th-September 4th

Hope you enjoyed your Labor Day holiday; Round-up of news for the past week and a half Read my post on where to watch the Top 25 college football teams in DC this season. Bar News Openings Bar Charley (Dupont) (Facebook page): neighborhood spot notable for relatively cheap craft cocktails ($7 tiki cocktails on draft, $8 classics … Continue reading DC Bar News – Week in Review – August 26th-September 4th