10th and H Street, NW
Dolcezza’s latest expansion was to Logan Circle (after opening their factory by Union Market) at 14th and P St, NW in June.
I love stumbling upon these. Not too many left around town.
Don’t make ‘em like this anymore. From Capitol Hill:
Ed. Note: I swear that was my first beer. If you have any questions you’d like me to answer about anything please send an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘What’d I Miss’ in the subject line. You can ask really anything you’d like – from specific to philosophical. But no grammar questions. You can also tweet questions to @PoPville though I prefer email if possible. I’m gonna try to keep this around 10 minutes. What’d I Miss is done on one take with no editing so please don’t be too mean to me!
and thanks to a reader for sending word about Pints for Pups at the Pug on Thursday Dec. 18th at 6pm [1234 H St, NE]
“Atlas Brew Works is teaming up with the pug, AtlasVet, and Metro Mutts for a pet toy drive! Bring a dog or cat toy to the pug Thursday to benefit the Washington Humane Society and the Washington Animal Rescue League. Come on down to H St. NE and drink some beer for the puppies!”
2214 Rhode Island Ave, NE
Great news for Woodridge – a brief update from Karlos Leopold:
“We hope to begin the remodel in late January and be on our way to opening Nido (pronounced knee-dough) sometime in the Spring.”
Back in October we learned that a Mediterranean Bistro from one ofBoundary Road’s owners, Karlos Leopold, and former Boundary Road Manager Erin Lingle was hoping to come to Rhode Island Ave, NE in Woodridge. Updates as construction progresses.
From an email:
“Just in time for the holidays Rock&Roll Hotel is hosting a Pop-Up Cat Cafe to bring kitty cuteness, craft cocktails and cat lovers together for a fun evening to raise money for the Washington Humane Society.
The Pop-Up will occupy the 2nd floor utilizing the different rooms for cat reading, snuggling, educating and friendly mingling. The two VIP rooms will be the official cat quarters where the cats are the new VIPs with cat condos, toys and treats. Here guests will be able play with, cuddle, and enjoy some intimate time with free roaming adoptable cats brought in from from Kitty City at WHS’s New York Avenue adoption center.
The Piano Lounge at the Hotel will be converted into a cat reading room and will allow an opportunity to preview the carefully selected cat literature that will be for sale during the event. (Think: amazing holiday gifts..for a great cause!)
As a very special bonus the Pop-Up will be raffling off 2 TICKETS for the Winter Classic NHL game at Nationals Park on January 1st.
All merchandise and raffle profits will go directly to the WHS.
The WHS will be on site to talk to guests and help answer questions about options for adoptions and fostering of cats and kittens.”
There will be no cover charge for the event.”
“12/17/2014: 8:00 p.m. update: The map of the affected area has increased slightly to the southwest to include an area along Q Street, NW past 13th Street, NW. DC Water also added to the advisory that due to the potential for skin irritation, customers in the affected area should not wash dishes.
DC Water crews are working through the night to continue investigating the source of the petroleum odor. Please continue to follow the advisory below and make plans for your morning routine. DC Water will continue to update as information becomes available. We apologize for this inconvenience however our primary concern is protecting the health safety of our customers.
Do Not Drink Advisory Issued for DC Water Customers in Small Portion of Northwest DC
DC Water has received reports of a petroleum-type smell in the area bounded by:
South – Q St. NW and Rhode Island Ave. NW
East – 8th St. NW
West – 13th St. NW, and a portion extending slightly further west
North – S St. NW (between 9th St. NW and 13th St. NW) and T St. NW (between 7th St. NW and 9th St. NW) (more…)