The new Heritage India-sister to the restaurant in DC’s Glover Park-calls itself a "Brasserie & Lounge" and has devoted almost a page of its menu to "Contemporary Indian Fare," much of which is small.The old, opulent mansion on Dupont Circle has been many things. The American Red Cross owned it before it became the Washington Club in the 1950s. Now, it’s about to open its doors as the flagship.With locations in both downtown DC and Arlington, its happy hour is one of Washington’s most popular. When: Monday through Friday, 5 to 7. What: $3 small plates, $4 select rolls, and $5 beer and.”It harkens back to my childhood,” says Washington native Mark Handwerger, owner of Bedrock Bars-parent group to Mackey’s, Rocket Bar, and Atomic Billiards. He’s partnering with Beth Lindsay-last at.For about three months last fall, the Dupont Circle Indian restaurant Pansaari tried delivering food to customers via Uber Eats. But the homestyle cooking, where a single meal might involve rice, a.Since opening the original dupont circle location 26 years ago, the wood-fired pizza pioneer has only debuted three other full-service restaurants in Georgetown, Alexandria, and most recently,Jrink, the DC juice brand started by two burnt-out friends looking. The space will open May 16 at the original Dupont Circle location with an herbalist on-hand to discuss the different ingredients,The Logan Circle eatery will be Shake Shack’s ninth location in the greater Washington area; it first launched in Dupont Circle in 2011. covers the dining and drinking scene in her native dc. prior.washington. the streets of Washington, DC to tell Congress to stop national service extinction. The hundreds of dinosaurs and national service advocates were present at 8 locations across the city.The the same dupont circle building. are we witnessing the death of the classic DC intern bar? I’m talking about the no-frills places where decades of young Washington.Neither exactly British nor strictly a basement, the English-basement apartment has long been the first rung on the DC young. George washington university architectural historian richard Longstreth.The high-heel drag race, an annual tradition in Dupont circle, turned 25 this year. As usual, the streets were packed with observers gawking at the race participants, who sported costumes-political.
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