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From Dino’s Grotto:
“After more than 14 years at two locations, it is time to move on. While we have two closing parties left, Last night was our final night of service. I will miss all our fans. Seeing so many couples bring in kids and saying that Dino was where they had heir first date was amazing. Sharing memories and stories the last time made this a real celebration.
It’s hard to realize how many weddings, engagements and even divorces were celebrated at our restaurants. The number of birthday and anniversaries celebrated at one of the Dios must be in the 5,000 to 10,000 range. We were even the spot three families of former customers/friends chose to celebrate the lives of recently deceased loved ones.
Kay and I look forward to our new life able to spend time together! There will be food-oriented stuff happening, just no more restaurants. To keep up on the curated food adventures, private in-home chef experiences, pop-ups, food trips to Italy and more, please get on our email list or follow us on twitter.
I think I am going to sleep for 3 weeks straight! But I wanted to thank all who supported us over the years.
This will be my final post on this facebook page. While it makes us able to keep in touch, Facebook is evil. They have destroyed our privacy, corrupted our political process and have a complete disregard for decency, integrity and honest behavior.“
From an email: “The reception will be held on Sunday, June 25th, 2023, 2-4pm at New Heights restaurant. 2317 Calvert Street NW. The event is free and open to the public.
960 Wharf Street SW photo via Cantina Bambina Cantina Bambina writes: “Miss Cantina Marina? She’s popped back up on the pier! Enjoy an original Cantina margarita at DC’s only dock…
Thanks to Sofie for kicking off the 2023 season with: “Cauliflower, cabbage, chard, and sugar snap peas grown in Barney Circle! Spring garden’s last hurrah before I plant all my…
From an email: “Dearly titled “T1, a transit via food,” our pop-up is inspired by Seoul’s Incheon Airport’s Terminal 1 as a gateway for Asian-Americans like myself, Caleb & Roren…
Polishing • Plating • Repair
Cherry Blossom Healing Arts is Washington DC’s best acupuncture and herbal medicine clinic. Located in Woodley Park, DC, we practice integrative medicine and take a personalized approach to your healthcare needs. We have helped thousands of busy Washingtonians improve their health and quality of life through treatment in our clinic.
Cherry Blossom Healing Arts is delighted to announce Xudong Wang is joining our team as an associate acupuncturist and herbalist. She utilizes all modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) including acupuncture, herbal medicine, moxibustion, cupping, gua sha, TCM food therapy, and wellness planning to address a wide variety of health concerns. She is accepting new patients and you can schedule online with her by clicking here.
You deserve to feel better! We are here to support and guide you on your way to vibrant health. We also accept insurance and are open 7 days per week.
DCFR Pride Run 5K
Please join the DCFR Pride Run Foundation at their 11th annual Pride Run 5K at the Historical Congressional Cemetery on Friday, June 9, 2023. Registration is $55 and includes a commemorative t-shirt, finisher medal, after party with a live DJ,
16th Annual Capital Fringe Festival
16th Annual Capital Fringe Festival
Always Unexpectedly Fringe
Ten Days of Performances
43 Productions; 194 Individual Shows
Festival Preview: June 23, 7-11pm
WASHINGTON – The time is near for this year’s Capital Fringe Festival, our