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.
Most recently in August we noted that the Florida Avenue Grill had added outdoor seating (obviously more substantial in the warmer months than what’s pictured here but check out the sweet table below.) Now they’ve posted a liquor license placard too:
“Soul food restaurant. Total Occupancy Load of 50. Sidewalk Café with seating for 36.”
Hours of alcohol consumption are listed as Sunday through Thursday 10am-12am, Friday and Saturday 10am-2am and sidewalk cafe hours are listed as Sunday through Saturday 8am-9pm.
For those who haven’t been in a while you can see their menu here.
“I found this dog tonight at 14th and Florida Ave NW. She is without tags, probably about 2 years old, and I’m guessing a yellow lab/retriever mix (she has short, light golden hair). She was soaking wet , so may have been out in the rain for awhile.”
“A DC community is harnessing community assets to repurpose a currently vacant building and create a safe, fun, space for neighbors to connect, engage and celebrate their neighborhood. The Georgia Ave Community Development Task Force and the Georgia Ave and Lamont Public Safety Task Force will host the 1st Annual Georgia Ave Winter Fest: a neighborhood-wide demonstration of the positive aspects of the Georgia Ave corridor, such as the strong community spirit and activism and the exciting and engaged local businesses in the community.
The 1st Georgia Ave Winter Fest takes place from 11:00am to 4:00pm on December 5th at 3400 Georgia Avenue NW. The event is free and all are welcome. Attendees can:
– See performers ranging from salsa dancing to boxing demos, from school choirs and cheerleading to an Opera singer formerly of Park Morton public housing and the DC-based Eminence Band;
– Purchase Christmas trees from Annie’s Ace Hardware with 20% of proceeds going towards the neighborhood;
– Engage in arts and craft activities for children;
– Learn more about city services ranging from youth programming to addiction
– Sample and purchase foods from local restaurants like long-time Georgia Ave
Morgan’s Seafood, EatsPlace restaurant incubator, 11th Street favorite Kangaroo
Boxing Club, and newcomers Heat Da Spot and Colony Club;
– Peruse local artist wares for the holidays;
– View local student’s artwork made specifically or the event;
– Visit DC firefighters and see a fire truck up close and personal;
– Discover additional ways to get involved in the community. (more…)