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by Prince Of Petworth November 7, 2017 at 10:22 pm 0


35 Sutton Square, SW courtesy Cordial

From a press release:

“Cordial Craft Wine, Beer, & Spirits, one of DC’s most beloved retailers, has opened its second location at 35 Sutton Square, SW at the new Wharf development in the city’s Southwest Waterfront. The 525 square-foot space features floor-to-ceiling custom millwork showcasing Cordial’s off-the-beaten-booze-path stock. Founder Eric Rohleder and his team source unique local products, independent imports, and specialties from boutique distributors and smaller, lesser-known producers to expand your palate.

“Our team is passionate to help small producers of craft wine, beers, and spirits come to market. And more passionate to help our amazing customers find the exact bottle(s) they want, no matter their preference or price point,” says Rohleder, owner. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth October 30, 2017 at 2:00 pm 0

This rental is located at 1101 3rd Street, SW. The Craigslist ad says:

“$1595 / 1br – 540ft2 – Sunny One Bedroom in Southwest! Reduced for immediate move-in!

Make this bright, adorable one bedroom condo in Southwest your next Nest and enjoy every convenience of city living! Huge windows span the length of this fifth-floor unit. With a spacious and open living concept, the options for decorating are endless. Cook up a storm on the gas stove or enjoy your morning cup of coffee while sitting at the spacious breakfast bar. Other charming qualities including a walk-in closet and barn door make this unit truly one of a kind! (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth October 25, 2017 at 10:22 pm 0


98 District Square SW

From an email:

“KNEAD Hospitality + Design and Chef Roberto Santibañez (Chef/owner of NYC’s acclaimed Fonda restaurants) are at the forefront of this stunning 10,000 sq. ft. waterfront eatery. The interior design will incorporate The Wharf’s industrial aesthetic, infused with contemporary and historic Mexican décor, including a modern interpretation of Mexico’s traditional Árbol de la Vida, or tree of life, an intricate 19 ft. clay sculpture adorned with Oaxacan-inspired color-changing flowers and designs. The space will seat approximately 400 guests in addition to offering private dining rooms and waterfront patio seating. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth October 24, 2017 at 10:22 pm 0


791 Wharf Street, SW

Check out their menus here.

From a press release:

“James Beard Award-winning chef Fabio Trabocchi and Maria Trabocchi–the DC-based husband-wife restaurateurs behind critically acclaimed restaurants Fiola, Casa Luca, Fiola Mare, and Sfoglina –are pleased to announce the soft opening of Del Mar, their Spanish seafood restaurant, at 791 Wharf Street SW in Washington, DC’s District Wharf. Now through October 31st, all food at Del Mar will be discounted 10% as Del Mar opens its doors to the neighborhood and the city at large.

Del Mar is a celebration of Maria, her Spanish heritage, and the Trabocchi family’s traditions created and preserved at their home on the island of Mallorca.

“Nothing makes me happier than sharing our culture of great Spanish food and lifestyle through Del Mar – from my family to yours, in a vibrant modern setting that resembles our way of life,” says Maria Trabocchi.

The restaurant occupies 11,900 square feet over two floors, with 240 interior seats, including its bars. The restaurant features an additional 1,900 square feet of exterior space, including: the second floor Terraza, providing seating for 40 under its pergola; the Yacht Club Piazza on Sutton Square, providing seating for 50; and a waterside Cabana, with seating for 30. Both outdoor spaces will open in Spring 2018. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth October 18, 2017 at 3:15 pm 0


via Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) files

The following was written by PoPville contributor David McAuley, founder of Short Articles about Long Meetings.

“This is a gorgeous project. It’s a magnificent project,” said Commissioner Andy Litsky, Chair of Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6D/Waterfront.

Commissioner Rhonda Hamilton (district 06) called it “a beautiful phase two”.

Phase one is extraordinary and we fully expect to come to a good conclusion rapidly,” said Commissioner Meredith Fascett (district 07).

Nevertheless, ANC6E, after listening to a long presentation led by Shawn Seaman, Executive Vice President of developer PN Hoffman, voted to protest the request to DC’s zoning authorities to proceed with the project because a few details remained to be negotiated. Among the matters of contention were:

— working out an on-street parking plan that kept tour buses off residential streets,

— the details of a prohibition on electronic signs (e.g., will bus stop advertisements be included?),

— minimizing the inconvenience that the project will cause to “live-aboard” community, that is, Washingtonians whose homes are boats moored in a Southwest marina.

This last group made a strong showing at the meeting, with over 50 people on their feet when the ANC asked members of the live-aboard community to stand up. The local live-aboard community claims 94 members total.


via Board of Zoning Adjustment (BZA) files

The tone of the meeting was very cordial and both ANCs and audience members seemed eager to get the project moving forward. (more…)

by Prince Of Petworth October 17, 2017 at 3:15 pm 0

The following was written by PoPville contributor David McAuley, founder of Short Articles about Long Meetings.

Southwest On-street Parking to Get Worse

[Ed. Note: Or better depending on your perspective.]

It will soon become even more difficult for visitors to park on-street near DC’s shiny new Waterfront. A resolution passed last night (October 16) by Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6D/Waterfront urges DC authorities to extend the resident parking hours from 8:30pm daily to midnight, seven days a week, throughout the Waterfront area. (more…)

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