From an email:
“Lots of interest in this and lots of requests for its return…
Our Aperitivo Hour is back, here are the terms currently:
$25 per person (whole table must participate)
Must be seated between 5-6pm on weeknights; Sat-Sun offered all day from 11am-6pm
2 hour time limit
Food Menu Read More
Thanks to Brian for sending: ” have probably eaten and given away 15lbs so far this year with more to come.
The tree is in our front yard in Shaw.”
Check out the after photo: Read More
1073 Wisconsin Ave, NW
Thanks to Rachel for passing on from Georgetown Main Street:
“Over the weekend we welcomed Beautea to the GMS Corridor. Now OPEN from 10:30am-8:00pm at 1073 Wisconsin Ave NW in the Reren Lamen building. Stop by for bubble tea today!”
Photo by Erin
I am supposed to be traveling very soon and yesterday started experiencing muscle soreness and other potential COVID symptoms. I want to get a test but there are so many reports of tests taking 2-3 weeks!!
I haven’t knowingly been exposed, but I want to keep my family, other people on the planes, etc safe and of course don’t want to travel if I am sick. I would just cancel, but it’s not a vacation/leisure trip. I really have to go unless I’m sure I have COVID.
What are people’s latest experiences with firehouse testing turn around times? Read More
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“Probably an unusual submission for you but this is my baby pufferfish, Rona, she lives in Shaw! She has an instagram for anyone who wants to see more pictures @ronathepuff”
“Never a dull moment with a Husky Named Rocky! (Stadium Armory), Southeast DC. Instagram page: Rockystardc”
Photo by slatifolia
While I don’t blame parents for looking for help in this tough time & there are plenty of postings that are giving fair offers and fair expectations, I feel like folks out there posting ridiculous ads like this one need to be called out.
A family looking for an experienced ECE teacher WITH an eduation degree for $24/hour in the middle of the day to give 2 children personalized instruction (and in the future, watch an infant child) is both insulting and a total disregard of a teacher’s worth. Read More
This rental is located at 2300 19th Street NW near Kalorama. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1525 / 500ft2 – Sunny Studio Apt Read More
Photo by slatifolia
You let me pet your Great Dane, Dapple, for a solid 10 minutes at 18th & Mass Ave NW this past Tuesday. I spent about 6 of those minutes trying to work up the courage to ask for your number but obviously failed so now making an attempt at a second chance using the more cowardly/courageous (really not sure which, anyone care to weigh in using the comments section? thanks!) route of the internet. Hope this works!”
If this is you, please email [email protected] so I can put you in touch.
1814 K Street, NW
We’ve sadly seen Sichuan Pavilion- our favorite Sichuan restaurant around hands down- has not reopened yet, even for takeout- we call pretty much every week (desperate!) and get a message that they are still closed. Has anyone heard anything about this wonderful spot? Hoping they are OK, but this extended shutdown has us worried.” Read More
courtesy Oyster Oyster located at 1440 8th Street, NW
Check out their daily menu here.
From a press release:
“After more than two years in the works, sustainable, plant-centric restaurant Oyster Oyster has just officially opened, serving four-course farm dinners, shroom cheese “steaks”, and Noma-inspired veggie burgers to the masses, to-go. A forward-thinking project from restaurateur Max Kuller (Estadio) and Chef Rob Rubba (formerly of Hazel), Oyster Oyster showcases vegetable cookery through mid-Atlantic agriculture, and is now offering take-out via Tock every Wednesday through Sunday. Read More