Back in March of 2014 a reader heard that Starbucks was considering selling alcohol. Turns out they were right! Some recent liquor license placards have been posted around town:
“A restaurant serving savory small plates and desserts meant for sharing, in addition to its coffee and breakfast offerings served all day, and offering wine & beer selections to its guest in a relaxing and comfortable environment.”
Here are the other locations:
1301 Connecticut Avenue, NW in south Dupont/Downtown
1700 Connecticut Avenue, NW in north Dupont
and 1810 Wisconsin Ave, NW in Georgetown and 5500 Connecticut Ave, NW in Chevy Chase.
We’ll be back on a normal schedule tomorrow, in the meantime:
You can talk about whatever is on your mind – quality of life issues, a beautiful tree you spotted, scuttlebutt, or any random questions/thoughts you may have. But please no personal attacks and no need to correct people’s grammar. This is a place to vent and/or celebrate things about daily life in DC.
“On my doorstep this morning looked to be the remnants of a few stolen packages. Looks like the perps didn’t want 10+ boxes of Chrismas cards from MoMA. These were probably quite expensive and I’d love to give them to their owner, who can contact me at Lillia.firstname.lastname@example.org to claim them!”
“Jazz Up Your Shopping at Petworth Safeway Tonight!
Friday, October 9 from 5 until 7 pm
WHAT: The Petworth Safeway is excited to welcome multi-talented performer Aaron Myers, who will perform in the store’s café area,. Whether guests have time to stop and listen, or simply enjoy the music as they grocery shop, this is the part of an ongoing live jazz series at the store.
WHO: Aaron Myers is a Texas native and US Army veteran who began playing piano at the age of 3, and has spent most of his life to date playing, singing, directing and composing music. He released his newest album – The Lion’s Den – just last week.”