We’ve had discussions about Domku, Red Rocks and Colorado Kitchen and one of the common themes, besides that I love all three of them to varying degrees, is that sometimes the service has been less than optimal. But since they are all unique, local business, in my opinion, filling a desperately needed service in sit down local dining; isn’t it worth supporting them even if at times the service can be slow? If we don’t support them and God forbid they were to go out of business, do you think other restaurants would take their place or would they just end up boarded up or take out joints? Won’t their success contribute to other similar establishments opening up nearby? Again, in my opinion I believe they have markedly improved each of the blocks where they are located. So, shouldn’t they be patronized for their “pioneering” spirit?
“Jerónimos Monastery” Thanks to Reana for sending these great shots from Lisbon.
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Thanks to Michele Banks for sending this great shot from Kalorama. Friends of the White Whale Society is brought to you by the team behind Last Christmas Tree in Town….
This rental is located at 821 Randolph Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says: “$3,300 / 3br – 1600ft2 – Live Large in Petworth 1 Blk from Metro (Petworth)