This house is located at 146 Duddington Place, Southeast. The listing says:

“Custom Green & Period Restoration of this 3BR/2BA light-filled home on Capitol Hill’s most idyllic street. Experience its Parisian sidewalk culture! Flexible layout. A kitchen w/ style & soul–North Star appliances & recycled glass countertops. New Plumbing/ Elec. /Mech. systems (total util. <$200 in peak months!). $200K renovation. Brent Elementary. 2 blks Metro & Whole Foods (June 2017)." gdon

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This 3 bed/2 bath is going for $799,000.


660 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE

Thanks to a reader for passing on from Sapore:

“Sapore is moving…to the Internet! We’re evolving to e-commerce, and we want you to come along. We want to express our gratitude to all of our customers who have supported us for five wonderful years on Capitol Hill. It’s been a very rewarding experience and we appreciate your patronage.

Our storefront will be open and we’re here for your cooking needs and holiday gift giving through Saturday, December 31st.

After that, we invite you to continue to shop for all of your favorite oils and vinegars from our website.

Ed. Note: Sapore opened up near Eastern Market back in March 2012. They were the pioneers of the District’s brick and mortar Olive Oil craze.

courtesy Stanton & Greene. 319 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE by Remy Canario

From a press release:

Stanton & Greene is taking inspiration from its location in the heart of Capitol Hill and relaunching itself as a craft cocktail bar that celebrates the history, heritage and flavors of these United States. The centerpiece of this rebranding is a new cocktail menu that consists of two historical recipes and ten original cocktails each directly inspired by a different amendment in the Bill of Rights (see guide for details) .

Complete Cocktail Menu (PDF)

The two historical cocktails are Benjamin Franklin’s Clarified Milk Punch, recorded in a 1762 letter to James Bowdoin, and Martha Washington’s Cherry Bounce, a favorite of George Washington’s. A taste of these drinks is literally a sip of history. The list of original Constitutional Cocktails embraces the history of American drinking as informed by mixologist Remy Canario’s extensive background reading (see bibliography) and research at the Library of Congress, emphasizes ingredients native to North America (e.g. Concord grapes and black walnuts), and evokes flavor profiles familiar to all Americans (e.g. apple pie and peanut butter & jelly). The result is a menu that is highly accessible, but also full of novel flavor combinations and fresh ideas including: craft versions of two of the most humble of drink orders, rum & coke and vodka & red bull, the use of stickers as a medium to incorporate the scent of essential oils into a cocktail; ingredients with medicinal properties; and a 100% local cocktail. (more…)

Photo by PoPville flickr user Ryan Brevard

From a press release:

“This year’s annual U.S. Botanic Garden holiday exhibit, Season’s Greenings: National Parks and Historic Places, will open Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2016 and run through January 2, 2017. Immerse yourself in the sights, scents, and sounds of the season with wreaths, garland, trees, and thousands of blooms from exotic orchids to a showcase of heirloom and newly developed poinsettia varieties.

Throughout the Conservatory, we will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service and the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act. In this year’s model train show, the trains will chug around, below, through, and above re-creations of iconic national parks and sites in the National Register of Historic Places. See the Grand Canyon, the Gateway Arch, Old Faithful Inn and Geyser, Mount Vernon, Mount Rushmore, a 7-foot-tall Statue of Liberty, and many more representing 48 different national parks and historic sites, all made from plants and other natural materials. (more…)


This house is located at 1411 D Street, Northeast. The listing says:

“Estate Sale.Big kit aprx 18×13 w/ w/d hookup. Original woodwork’ 6 ceiling fans’ transients above doors, architectural arches, pantry etc. Wonderful opportunity to enjoy Capitol Hill, exciting “H” St corridor, trolley etc. Walk or bike to Lincoln Park, Potomac Ave METRO, Eastern Market, Also near dog park & Bike Share Station. Has Good size rooms Rear Yard w/ lot of potential.”


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This 3 bed/1 bath is going for $559,500.


This house is located at 112 4th Street, Northeast. The listing says:

“Pause, prepare, beware thin air in there, I dare you not to stop & stare, to tear your eyes from a line of site, from uninterrupted mind-scrubbing light, custom design/build by Warmington Oppenheim Dev., precise execution of contemporary energy. Hypnotic is not hyperbolic for the atmosphere here, the clear & present synergy between form, function & finishes sending us on an awesome treasure hunt.”

Ed. Note: Yes, it’s a Thomas Faison listing.


You can see more photos here. This 4 bed/3.5 bath is going for $1,845,000.



This rental is located at 449 New Jersey Avenue, Southeast. The listing says:

“Renovated light-filled 2BR/2.5BA w/1-car garage prkg in the heart of Capitol Hill. Walk to House/Senate Office Buildings and .15 mi to Capitol So. Metro (Silver); .49 to Federal Ctr SW/Navy Yard-Ball Prk (blue/orange lines.} LR/DR w/fireplace opens to a gourmet kit w/SS appl. Huge deck. Exposed brick hallway; MBA has sep shower and jacuzzi tub. Housing choice vouchers welcome.”


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This 2 bed/2.5 bath is going for $3,300/Mo.


This rental is located at 1310 F Street, Northeast. The listing says:

“Welcome Home. Lovely home in the heart of the City. Kitchen w/Sun room, open foyer with original french doors leading to formal living room and dining room, newly installed central air, full basement w/FULL Bath Washer and Dryer ***SCHEDULE ONLINE***NEAR H ST CORRIDOR***Don’t Delay Act Today.”


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This 3 bed/2 bath is going for $2,800/Mo.

660 Pennsylvania Ave, SE

Joselito’s Facebook page says:

“Joselito Casa de Comidas is a small, intimate Spanish café reminiscent of the quintessential establishments found throughout Spain. These are the cafes where luminaries such as Neruda, Hemingway, and Garcia Lorca spent countless hours eating, drinking, and enjoying the beauty of life.

At Joselito, we go back in time to recreate a nostalgic feeling of being in Spain during the turn of the century.”

More info on their Kickstarter.