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by Prince Of Petworth January 16, 2018 at 9:55 am 0


1066 Wisconsin Ave, NW

Thanks to a very reliable tipster for sending word that Bluestone Lane is coming to Georgetown next to Frye. Bluestone Lane is also confirmed coming to 23rd and L Street, NW.

“We will be serving a wide range of Bluestone Lane favorite items including our premium coffee, wellness drinks, BL signature cold-pressed juices and organic teas. The food menu at this location will include our grab and go items, open-faced sandwiches and gluten-free pastries. We can’t wait to meet our new locals!”

by Prince Of Petworth January 11, 2018 at 10:05 pm 0

From a press release:


Photo, courtesy of Juliana Molina

“Chef/owner Ruth Gresser of Pizzeria Paradiso and her team will debut Paradiso Game Room, located in the downstairs bar of Pizzeria Paradiso Georgetown on January 12th. Birreria Paradiso’s extensive beer selection has moved upstairs, and the casual and playful basement space will feature nine arcade games, a jukebox, happy hour, an extensive canned beer menu, and the ability to order Pizzeria Paradiso’s classic Neapolitan pizzas.


Photo, courtesy of Juliana Molina

The arcade games, which will rotate, include Skee-Ball, Big Buck Hunter, Pinball, Golden Tee and more, as well as a jukebox. The new Game Room also features a custom mural by artist and Stillwater Brewery label designer Mike Van Hall. The mural incorporates rooster tails as abstract shapes with colorful circles representing the District of Columbia and the two surrounding states, as well as four sets of circles to represent the four Pizzeria Paradiso locations.


Photo, courtesy of Juliana Molina

The full menu from Pizzeria Paradiso will be available downstairs, while the new beer menu by executive beverage director Drew McCormick, features over 50 selections of cans. Pizzeria Paradiso recently announced that it will only carry beer produced by independently owned and operated breweries, which McCormick also factored in while designing the Game Room Menu.  The full list of canned beer options, which will rotate, is below.

Game and music pricing is as follows: (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth January 5, 2018 at 4:15 pm 0


3211 O Street, NW

From Crumbs & Whiskers:

“So, what’s ahead for Crumbs & Whiskers in 2018? The biggest lesson I’ve learned in the past year is the vast importance of living a life that is aligned with our beliefs and values, so first things first: we’re rebranding. Our rebrand will put our ethics and our belief system front and center, as that is the starting point for any grand endeavor. We can’t wait to share what we’re all about with you — we think you’ll love it and our values might just resonate with you.”

And in the meantime:

“Introducing BYOB Weeknights! 🍷 From Monday 1/8 until the end of time, we’re letting all you 21+ cat-lovers bring your favorite wine and beer into the café!

We’re like 10000% serious about this. No jokes. No fooling!
For all reservations 4:45pm and later, you can bring in booze* and get your drank on with the cats.

*beer and wine only please.

Make sure to book during our 4:45, 6:00, or 7:15pm weekday reservations.
See you there!”

by Prince Of Petworth January 2, 2018 at 2:00 pm 0

This rental is located at 2511 Q Street, NW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$1525 / 450ft2 – WALK OUT PATIO STUDIO in Residential Georgetown Rock Creek Gardens

Only two available, won’t last long!

Rock Creek Gardens boasts a great location, nicely situated between two of DC’s most sought after enclaves; Georgetown & DuPont Circle. Residents enjoy the vintage appeal of the historic community & nearby access to the numerous trails of Rock Creek Park. There is a coin operated laundry room & bicycle storage area on site. Heat & water are inclusive with rent, residents pay for electricity. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth December 28, 2017 at 4:00 pm 0

From DDOT:

“The District Department of Transportation (DDOT), along with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), invite you to public meetings on Tuesday, January 23, and Wednesday, January 24, to provide an update on the Union Station to Georgetown (USGT) Streetcar Environmental Assessment (EA) and to discuss potential storage and maintenance sites that have been identified for the new USGT streetcar vehicles. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth December 19, 2017 at 10:02 pm 0

From an email:

“The artists at the newly-opened KLAGSBRUN STUDIOS in Georgetown are going a step further in celebration of the season of light!

RADIANT RAINBOW RACER , a 20 foot-tall animated light sculpture has been installed at 1662 33rd Street and is delighting passers-by every night this month and into January. Although not included on the list of 9 official Georgetown GLOW sculptures, the artists of the Tuesday Night Group decided to create a sculpture that expresses the joy of drawing the human figure, something that they have done every Tuesday night for 33 years. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth December 15, 2017 at 3:15 pm 0


1214 Wisconsin Ave, NW

Thanks to James for sending: “Looks like Goorin Brother’s hats building had quite the fire last night.”

by Prince Of Petworth December 7, 2017 at 3:15 pm 0


1037 33rd Street, NW courtesy EastBanc Inc., Jamestown LP and Acadia Realty Trust

From a press release:

“Five cutting-edge, growing retailers are giving Georgetown a shot. EastBanc Inc., Jamestown LP and Acadia Realty Trust announced today a curated collection of storefronts that are entering into the D.C. market and opening their first showrooms in Georgetown’s shopping district. Up-and-coming brands, Illesteva, State & Liberty, AUrate New York, Rapha, and MacKenzie-Childs, have picked Georgetown as the ideal home to reach D.C. trendsetters, area fashionistas and visiting shoppers. These in-demand, emerging merchants have chosen our nation’s capital to expand their merchandising enterprises outside of their home operations headquartered in New York, Michigan and London. All of the lease agreements, with the exception of State & Liberty, may extend indefinitely beyond their initial term and could be a permanent addition to the Georgetown shopping scene.


3025 M Street, NW. Rapha, “bringing its passion for the sport and culture of cycling” courtesy EastBanc Inc., Jamestown LP and Acadia Realty Trust

Eyewear designer Illesteva is launching their first D.C. pop-up on December 1 at 3306 M Street NW, which will operate in Cady’s Alley through April at least. Men’s clothing store State & Liberty introduced a short-term shop at 3035 M Street NW with doors remaining open until the end of December. In early November, jewelers AUrate New York debuted its first D.C. pop-up at 3263 M Street NW and will stay up and running until at least March. Cycling clothing and accessory retailer Rapha has just unveiled its first D.C. location, a pop-up Clubhouse located at 3025 M Street NW, which will be open through February at least. Designer goods and handcrafted furniture shop MacKenzie-Childs has already launched its first pop-up outside of New York at 1037 33rd Street NW, and it will operate until July, 2018. (more…)

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