1350 Okie Street, NE via Douglas Development
Holy smokes. “City Winery DC Coming Winter 2017!”
From City Winery’s liquor license placard:
“New Class “C” Restaurant with Wine Pub Permit serving high-end food and alcoholic beverages, and also presenting intimate concerts and wine classes. Total Occupancy Load of 1000. Offering 4 Summer Gardens on 3 different floors with 625 total seating. The second floor Summer Garden will seat 75 patrons, the third floor Summer Garden will seat 225 patrons, and two rooftop Summer Gardens on the fourth floor will seat 40 and 185 patrons, respectively. Requesting an Entertainment Endorsement to provide Live Entertainment, Dancing, and Cover Charge.”
“Charity Off The Hook (COTH) is pleased to announce its seventh annual fundraiser will return to ‘The Tavern at Ivy City Smokehouse’ on Monday, July 10th, 2017 from 6-10 p.m. The seafood-centric celebration raises money for several noteworthy charities in the region for a night of incredible seafood and drink prepared by top chefs in the Washington, D.C. One evening for the entire local food community to come together and focus on raising funds and awareness to some truly worthy charities. (more…)
What kind of agreement does Hecht have with the city to charge for street parking as if it were private?”
I did not think anything could top Wawa this week. I was wrong. I was 99% sure this was a joke but the research skills of Eat DC have proven me wrong – check this out from a Douglas Development advertising flyer. You can see Kick Axe’s website here.
“AXE THROWING?!? SOUNDS SO DANGEROUS!!
n fact, an axe is one of the safest objects to throw (besides a marshmallow… okay, and a pillow).
Our Ax-perts will teach you the basics in only 10-15 minutes and then be with you throughout the experience to assist and help keep score.
Safety is our number one priority!”
“The Eleanor will be a Bar and Restaurant from several of the city’s industry veterans. Located at 1900 Kendall Street, Washington, D.C. in the Ivy City Neighborhood, the space is just under 7000 square feet to accommodate four bowling lanes, event/music space, movie screen, bar, arcade, large outdoor patio, and kitchen. From bar stools, to high-top seating, couches/lounge areas for seating at the lanes, and outdoor patio, we are expecting an occupancy of around 300 people. (more…)
This rental is located at Kendall Street NE at Capitol Ave NE. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1250 / 1br – Charming and Inviting Home in Hip Ivy City
LOCATION: 1827 Kendall Street NE #201
• Located next to Gallaudet University. This apartment is close to Noma-Gallaudet and Union Station Metro Station as well as Florida Ave, Rhode Island Ave, New York Ave, and Bladensburg Road, for great access in and out of the city.
• Incredible options for entertainment, nightlife, tourist attractions, and great access to all points in the city, including Union Market, the H Street Corridor which includes various shops, restaurants, cafes, bars/lounges and eateries. There’s now an Angelika independent movie theatre behind Union Market. Both Union Market and H Street are within five- to ten-minutes’ walking distance. Bardo, an excellent, local beer garden and artisanal brewery, is also a five-minute walk.
• The D4, D8 bus lines depart two blocks away, providing easy access to all points around the city and a direct route to downtown. The H Street trolley is up and running, providing direct access to Union Station, and there is a Capital Bikeshare stop one block away.
INTERIOR HIGHLIGHTS (more…)
Thanks to a reader for sending.
Full menu here: la-puerta-verde-mock-menu (PDF)
From a press release:
“Completing Mindful Restaurant Group’s culinary trifecta within the historic and newly renovated Hecht Warehouse in the up-and-coming Ivy City neighborhood, La Puerta Verde (2001 Fenwick Street NE, Washington DC 20002; www.LaPuertaVerdeDC.com; @LaPuertaVerdeDC; (202) 290-1875) – a casual Mexican eatery paying homage to both Mexican cuisine and the many individuals owner Ari Gejdenson has had the pleasure of working with throughout his journey in the hospitality world as a restaurateur – will open to the public beginning with dinner service on Tuesday, January 17th.”
Located in the newly renovated historic Hecht Warehouse, La Puerta Verde – which translates to ‘The Green Door’ – is simultaneously reminiscent of a traditional Mexican Hacienda and nostalgic to its Ivy City roots. Featuring 3,800 square feet (6,800 square feet total between the three connected restaurants including Ari’s Diner, DOCK FC, & La Puerta Verde), and seating for up to 85 guests – 60 in the main dining room and 25 at the bar – celebrated design gurus Eric Gronning – owner and principal of Gronning Architects PLLC (www.gronningarchitects.com) – and Tony Mize of Septcarres (www.Septcarres.com), teamed up to create a space that fuses traditional Mexican accents while maintaining the integrity of the Hecht Warehouse’s raw structure. The airy space with high ceilings features pops of bold colors including deep blues, earthy greens, warm oranges, and bright yellows, walls and flooring adorned with talavera tiles, and three large vibrant and original murals from DC-based graffiti artist and pioneer CHELOVE coexist amongst a backdrop of repurposed cargo containers, while still embracing rustic elements including the original warehouse columns. In Mexico the color green represents hope and Mindful Restaurant Group’s hope is that through their green door guests will find the perfect place to connect and enjoy the spirit of Mexico right here in the heart of Northeast Washington DC. (more…)