1025 Vermont Avenue, NW
Naan & Beyond closed their 1710 L Street, NW location back in December. They’ll be coming to the former Juice Joint spot a few blocks away. The liquor license application for that space says:
“A new class C Restaurant serving Indian and American cuisine. Seating Capacity of 61 and Total Occupancy Load of 122 inside premises. Seating Capacity of 36 and Total Occupancy Load of 45 for the outdoor Sidewalk Café. The Restaurant includes an Entertainment Endorsement to provide live entertainment inside the premises only.”
looking north towards Stan’s
The winners will be announced on Sunday, June 10.
From a press release:
“The finalists for the 2018 RAMMY Awards are:
Favorite Gathering Place of the Year: This nominee is a restaurant rooted in its neighborhood where guests come to eat, drink, and get together with friends repeatedly. The great atmosphere and good vibes are as important as the food and drink. The nominee must have been open for at least 2 years prior to December 31, 2017.
- Bar Charley
- Cheesetique – Shirlington
- Fare Well
- Right Proper Brewing Company
- The Daily Dish
Upscale Brunch of the Year: The nominee is a restaurant that demonstrates a high standard of dining excellence and service for its brunch in an upscale environment. Brunch may be offered as full-service, buffet, or prix fixe. The nominee must have been in business a minimum of one year by December 31, 2017.
- Osteria Morini
- The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm
- The Source by Wolfgang Puck
Casual Brunch of the Year: The nominee is a restaurant that demonstrates a dedication to dining excellence, service and value in a casual environment for brunch. Brunch may be offered as full-service, buffet, or prix fixe. The nominee must have been in operation for a minimum of one year as of December 31, 2017.
- Ambar Capitol Hill
- Ari’s Diner
- Ivy City Smokehouse Tavern
Favorite Fast Bites of the Year: This nominee is a delicatessen, quick-serve restaurant, mobile food vendor, or coffee shop (with food menu) that demonstrates a dedication to good food and good service in a fast-casual environment. The nominee must have been in operation for a minimum of one year as of December 31, 2017.
- G by Mike Isabella
- Moby Dick House of Kabob
- Stomping Ground
- Taco Bamba Taqueria
Cocktail Program of the Year: The establishment is distinguished by the quality, diversity, clarity and value of its craft cocktail program, evaluated separately from its beer, wine or other beverages. Nominees may be bars, restaurants, or any foodservice establishment with an exemplary cocktail program. The nominee continues to break new ground in education of its staff. The nominee must have been in operation for a minimum of one year as of December 31, 2017.
- Bar Charley
- barmini by José Andrés
- Espita Mezcaleria
- Petworth Citizen and Reading Room
Beer Program of the Year: (more…)
Thanks to VJ for sending from outside the Hecht Warehouse in Ivy City.
Any ideas? Some sorta crazy signage?
15th and P Street, NW
Update on the old Tortilla Coast space.
A liquor license application for Street Carts/Phillips Seafood & Steaks says:
“New Class C establishment offering quick, casual Asian food as well as a full-service restaurant serving fresh seafood and meats. Total Occupancy Load inside is 290 with seating for 275. Two Sidewalk Cafés with 60 seats each, 120 seats in total.”
What kind of monthly income could one expect from AirBnB’ing/ VRBO’ing a house in NE Washington, DC? The updated three bedroom, 1.5 bath house is located in 20017 and roughly 1/2 mile from the Fort Totten Metro and has lots of outdoor space (yard, patio, driveway, etc).The house would be rented out/ available for an entire year while I’m away on business. I doubt that short-term rentals would cover the entire cost of the house but I’m curious how much I’d have to come out of pocket to keep it for the year.
I’d be interested in hear from others who had similar situation/ experiences.”
Thanks to JP for sending from 17th and R Street, NW.
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Stop! Toilet Seat Thief!
I bet this guy was really sad when he realized he stole a toilet seat … https://t.co/Vg9JBuGo85. Here's the longer video that shows the thief getting out of red car in front of the WMATA van at the corner before stealing the box (https://t.co/rUcgU5D2H5). @PoPville
— Bill Redding (@billredding) March 10, 2018
This rental is located at 3930 Georgia Avenue, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$2500 / 2br – 790ft2 – You Can’t beat our $1500.00 Rent Special, and amazing Location
How do you measure the highest degree of style, comfort and upscale apartment living in DC’s vibrant and thriving Petworth neighborhood? Fahrenheit. Come home to high-end, condo-quality features, finishes and amenities. Relax in an intimate, boutique setting – with only 31 residences, you’re never part of a crowd. And yet, you’re surrounded by many of the city’s best restaurants, bars and cafes. Life is heating up in Petworth, and Fahrenheit’s raising the standard higher.
Apartment Amenities: (more…)
Photo by PoPville flickr user Eric P.
“Please join fellow Ward 3 cyclists to hear from the DC Department of Transportation’s (DDOT) Bicycle Program Specialist, Mike Goodno, about plans and aspirations for better cycling infrastructure in the ward from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM on Thursday, March 22, at the Tenleytown Library. FYI: Mike was instrumental in the application to have the League of American Bicyclists bestow upon DC “Gold” status as a Bicycle Friendly Community. (more…)