438 Massachusetts Ave, NW
“Engine Co. No. 6 is one of the oldest firehouses in the District and the first of Cluss’s nearly 100 buildings to be constructed in D.C. in the late 19th century. It’s one of only 11 still standing. The kind of fires we’re putting out have changed a bit, but the original helmet still hangs above our door.
This eatery is born of the fire in the bellies of five long-serving D.C. restaurateurs and longtime friends. Jeremy Carman, Gavin Coleman, Paul Holder, Paul Madrid, and Tim Walsh are also the names behind Town Hall restaurant and bar in Glover Park and the Dubliner Irish pub in Capitol Hill.”
You can see their menus here. Anyone check them out yet? Any must order items?
The Dancing Crab's commercials have to be the worst I've ever seen. The owners saying,...Happy 40th Anniversary Dancing Crab!
God you people are boring. Why not more chatter about their footwears?Adams Morgan BID Launches New Outdoor Dining Campaign “Al Fresco. Al Frisky.”
Cheesy and cheap. Something you'd expect the Montgomery, Al. Convention's Bureau to run...Adams Morgan BID Launches New Outdoor Dining Campaign “Al Fresco. Al Frisky.”
People thought it was a good look at the time. See also: wood-paneled basements,...Good Deal or Not? “Price silly!” edition