1100 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW photo by Jared Alves
At the now open Waldorf Astoria. Thanks to Jared for sharing: “The Old Post Office Clock Tower has quietly reopened to visitors. Free, no tickets needed, and as of yet, no lines. Great endcap to a lunchtime walk.” Read More
Thanks to Tal for sending: “To commemorate cherry blossom season, I want to show off my best friend Isabel’s beautiful Sakura Cherry Blossom Cake creation Read More
photo by Mario Vizcarra
Gorgeous. Thanks to Mario for sharing:
“Many of the most beautiful views of the city are on the other side of the Anacostia river, in the SE part of DC. This was taken on Douglass Place. Enjoy.”
The video view is even better: Read More
Photo courtesy of Tanya
Thanks to Chris for sending: “Seen from Bloomingdale this evening at dusk. Amazing sight!”
Anyone else happen to see Comet Leonard?
Thanks to Jennifer for sending: “This is Lavinia of Hill East, out to watch the neighbors put up their holiday decorations.”
*This series features any pets in a backpack/bag/vessel. On metro, or not. Corgi, or not, and often NOT a corgi but the series started with corgis and I can be obstinate…send your finds to [email protected]
Thanks to Celeste for sending the above awesome house from Bloomingdale.
And thanks to s cho for sending the below: “In the distance is the western hillside of the US National Arboretum.” Read More
Stable’s Schümli Pflümli , a classic Swiss hot cocktail // Photo Credit- Stable
From a press release:
“At Stable, D.C. ‘s only Swiss restaurant, owner and beverage director Silvan Kraemer has added hot cocktails to the drink list, echoing the deep roots of warm libations enjoyed in his home country during the colder months. The hot drinks stay true to the “all things Swiss” mantra at Stable, utilizing spirits produced in Switzerland and harkening back to classic winter cocktails historically enjoyed there. Stable’s hot cocktails are available at dinner on Thursday through Saturday and at weekend brunch on Saturday and Sunday. Read More
grab via Tony Hawk’s IG stories
If you spot celebrity skateboarder Tony Hawk, or a hawk or any interesting wildlife and get a good photo please send in an email where you spotted it to [email protected]. Thanks! Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.
Thanks to all who sent Bryce’s awesome video of the great Tony Hawk at the Shaw skate park yesterday: Read More
Thanks to Aaron for sending: “The mini one on Mintwood has languished so long that someone planted it and decorated with tinsel and a star! All together now…
Oh Tannenbaum, O Tannenbaum, How lovely are your branches“
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