Washington, DC

inside 3131 M Street, NW. Photo by Briah Oh

From a press release:

“Levain Bakery has made its name for 25 years as the purveyor of the crispy-outside, ooey-gooey middle, giant cookies that have long been on every NYC must-eat list. The celebrated bakery will officially open its doors in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. this Wednesday, September 16 at 8:00am. Read More


2810 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW courtesy Four Seasons

From an email: “As you may know, we had a fire at the Four Seasons Hotel in Bourbon Steak last Saturday. Our staff courageously packed up the food and ended up moving two weddings to the Watergate. With pretty extensive damage our team was devastated about when they would be able to return to work. We came together as a team and made lemons into lemonade by developing a very casual pop up concept run from Eno and into our garden. Read More


3223 Grace Street, NW via Church Hall

From an email:

“Church Hall DC, the American beer hall and neighborhood destination located at Georgetown Park, is opening a pop-up biergarten along Georgetown’s historic C&O canal this Wednesday, August 19th.

The biergarten will feature a carefully curated menu. New items like natural bratwurst, gourmet hot dogs, watermelon feta salad with a lemon dressing and a watermelon gazpacho will be available for outdoor dining. In addition the new menu will feature local beers from DC, Maryland, Delaware and Virginia as well as a signature cocktail menu featuring DC distilled spirits. Frozen margaritas will also be available at the pop-up. Read More


1659 Wisconsin Ave, NW

Thanks to Dane for sending:

“I noticed a new ABRA notice on the door of a building at 1659 Wisconsin Ave, NW for a new restaurant that is going to be called the “Fountain Inn” based on Georgetown’s historical Fountain Inn/Suter’s Tavern. Seems there has been some Georgetown lore surrounding the old tavern.”

The placard says: Read More


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