This house is located at 2710 Quebec Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“WOODLAND JEWEL BOX! Absolutely enchanting, recently renovated 3BR/3.5BA in such a special & private parkland setting! Open floor plan with new kit & baths, lavish owner suite, and stunning views of Rock Creek Park. Easy walk to CP Metro, shops, & restaurants! A must-see urban oasis!”
Dining Room at 3512-14 Connecticut Ave NW courtesy Indique
From a press release:
“Available beginning on Saturday July 30th, celebrated modern Indian restaurant Indique – known for its creative and contemporary Indian cuisine blending classic Indian flavors and ingredients with a contemporary twist – is launching their new weekend brunch service.
Available every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00AM to 3:00PM, devout brunch-goers in Washington DC will have the opportunity to enjoy Executive Chef K.N. Vinod’s new spice-infused weekend brunch at Indique in Cleveland Park. The notable modern Indian restaurant will offer a bottomless brunch option priced at $20 per person for brunch guests looking solely to indulge in unlimited savory dishes without all of the beverages. And brunch lovers looking to enjoy an endless stream of brunch beverages will have the option of indulging in either bottomless mimosas with fresh squeezed orange juice for an additional $10 per person ($30 total), or bottomless cocktails for an additional $15 per person ($35 total).
Creative brunch fare features Indian-inspired classics with creative twists including a Breakfast Kathi Roll, Chicken Kabab Eggs Benedict, Appam Waffle Sundae, Shreekandh Parfait, and Masala Omelette, just to highlight a few. And for brunch beverages, guests can choose from a variety of boozy sips including a Mimosa with Fresh Squeezed Orange Juice, Tamarind Margarita, Indique Mary, or a Rum Lassi, amongst others.
In addition, to add an exciting visual and interactive culinary brunch component, the team at Indique will also be offering a street food-inspired dosa station where guests enjoying brunch will be able to watch live as a selection of dosas including a Cookie Butter Dosa, Vegetable Mini Dosa, Lamb Dosa, and Egg Dosa, are prepared fresh right in front of them. #DosasandMimosas is ready to make its debut in Washington DC’s bustling brunch scene! (more…)
That was fast! Last week we learned that Indian street food was coming to Cleveland Park. Bardeo has now been papered over and the Bindaas signage is up. Hopefully an opening date isn’t too far behind for the new concept.
This rental is located at 2755 Ordway Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Wonderful opportunity to be 1/2 block from Cleveland Park Metro. Assigned underground parking. Large walk-in closet. Close to shopping, restaurants, zoo and easy access to Rock Creek Parkway. Unit is ground level but away from traffic and faces enclosed, secured area.”
“Indique Launches Weekday Happy Hour Offering Spice-Infused Cocktails & Street Food-Inspired Bar Bites
Beginning on Monday, July 18th – just in time to give devout DC area happy hour goers a fresh new spice-infused addition to their post-work libation line-up – celebrated modern Indian restaurant Indique – known for its creative modern Indian cuisine blending classic Indian flavors and ingredients with a contemporary twist thanks to partners Executive Chef K.N. Vinod and Surfy Rahman – is launching their new weekday happy hour.
Available Monday through Friday from 4:30PM to 6:30PM at the bar and on the patio, happy hour goers will have the option of enjoying a selection of beers, wines, handcrafted spice-infused house cocktails, a punch of the day, and a playful selection of street food-inspired bites at Indique such as Masala Peanuts, Vegetable Samosa Chaat, Spiced Beef Appam, and Paneer Paratha Tacos just to name a few. Additionally, Indique will be offering one complimentary bar snack for guests partaking in happy hour specials including their Masala Naan Chips. The large flat screen TV in the bar area will also begin airing popular sporting events including the Olympics later this summer.
Indique recently underwent a refresh and relaunched to the public offering completely revamped F&B menus, renovations featuring a refreshed look including new handcrafted artwork throughout the interior, and a one-of-a-kind new beverage program featuring handcrafted spice-infused cocktails as a result of bringing DC-based mixtress and cocktail consultant Carlie Steiner of Stir Bartending Co. on board.
Indique is open seven days a week – Monday through Thursday 5:30PM – 10:30PM, Friday Noon – 3:00PM, and 5:30PM – 11:00PM, Saturday Noon – 3:00PM, and 5:30PM – 11:00PM, and Sunday 11:00AM – 3:00PM, and 5:30PM – 10:30PM. Happy Hour is available Monday through Friday 4:30PM – 6:30PM. In addition, Indique is planning on launching their new weekend brunch to include a special menu on both Saturday’s and Sunday’s later this month.”
Finally some good restaurant news for Cleveland Park (RIP Palena) from the Washington Post:
“Expect to see kati rolls (wraps, such as one with pork), pao (a kind of sandwich on a soft buttery bun) and kabobs (such as pathar gosht with lamb) among the offerings. Also: uttapam, a fermented rice pancake, and bhel puri, a sweet and savory snack with raw mangoes, lentils and puffed rice. Prices will range from $9 to $14.
Bindaas will occupy less than half of the current Ardeo + Bardeo space on Connecticut Avenue NW. The new venture will seat 50 diners…”
On Thursday July 7th we’re helping Maryland based Evolution Craft Brewing Company joins forces with California based Sonoma County Distilling Co. to offer the best damn bi-coastal boilermaker you’ve ever had. Starting at 5pm $8 will get you a four ounce pour of any of the 5 Evoultion beers on tap including Pine’Hop’le IPA, Lot 6. Double IPA, 608 Belgian Amber, Summer Session and Exile Red paired with a 1 ounce pour of any of the 5 Sonoma Co. whiskeys which include the No. 1 & No 2 West of Kentucky Bourbons, Sonoma Rye, Cherry Rye and 2nd Chance Wheat. Representatives from both companies will be on hand to talk shop and craft and hand out some swag. Brian Gaffney will also be belting out tunes on stage starting at 9pm. So come out to raise your glass and join our toast as we celebrate craftmanship from coast to coast!”