Georgetown Events, a D.C. based restaurant group, will be participating in this years Winter Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week (January 14 – Sunday, January 20, 2019) with restaurants Millie’s and Due South. Join them for delicious three-course menus ($22 for lunch and $35 for dinner) during one of D.C.’s most anticipated weeks of the year!
Millie’s, recognized as a 2019 Michelin Bib Gourmand, features fresh coastal fare with a Nantucket vibe. Choose from a creative mix of tacos, quesadillas, salads and seasonal entrees like their grilled branzino served with green olive tapenade, tomato sherry vinaigrette and lemony greens or the crispy salmon with wild mushrooms, lentils, caramelized pearl onions and sautéed spinach.
Due South, located in the heart of D.C.’s Navy Yard, honors traditional southern cuisine and genuine hospitality. The Restaurant Week menu includes tasty options and favorites from their southern-inspired menu such as their sweet tea brined half chicken, shrimp & grits with sautéed kale and tasso ham gravy, butternut barley bowl with brussel sprouts and shiitake mushrooms and an in-house smoked Carolina style pulled pork platter.
The Bullpen, D.C.’s favorite outdoor venue, is hosting an ultimate tailgate for the Alabama versus LSU showdown on November 3!
Mark your calendars for the watch party of the season featuring live music, $5 drinks, cornhole, door prizes and a Low Country Boil you won’t want to miss.
Admission to The Bullpen is always free and a ticket provides entry to the Low Country Boil, an all-you-can-eat feast of shrimp, andouille sausage, potatoes & corn.
The Bullpen doors open at 3 p.m. and the game starts at 8 p.m.
For more information, visit the following sites:
Due South Dockside is now open on the Capitol Riverfront Boardwalk behind the flagship restaurant. Along with incredible waterfront views, the venue offers an extensive bar along with a wide variety of classic Due South dishes.
Dockside’s grand opening on Thursday, April 5 was a huge success, attracting dozens of Nationals fans before, during and after the game. Fans without tickets were thrilled to find an oasis in Dockside, serving as a relaxing place to watch the game on the venue’s outdoor television and sound system. Navy Yard locals also stopped by, eager to try their neighborhood’s newest outdoor bar and grill.
On Opening Day, Chef Rusty Holman crafted a delicious menu featuring dishes such as Pulled Pork Nachos, Smokehouse Chili, BBQ Sliders, Hot Dogs, Chili Dogs and the Summer House Sandwich. The restaurant plans to expand upon the menu as the warmer weather approaches this spring and summer.
Dockside’s bar features beers on tap, including Pacifico, Due South Lager and Devil’s Backbone Earned Run Ale. In addition to beer, wine and spirits, Dockside also offers Frosé, the perfect accompaniment to a warm summer day in Navy Yard.
The growing number of fur-parents in Navy Yard will be pleased to know that Dockside is dog-friendly. It will be the perfect spot for two- and four-legged friends to stop and grab drinks after long strolls down the boardwalk this summer.
Dockside will be open at least two hours before and after each Nationals home game throughout April. Beginning May 1, Dockside plans to be open at 11 a.m. daily, weather permitting. Until then, guests can visit https://duesouthdc.com/events/ or follow @duesouthdc on Instagram for the latest hours of operation.
Located less than a quarter-mile from Nats Park, Due South Dockside is the perfect locale for upcoming Nationals pre- and post-game celebrations, along with MLB All Star gatherings, up to 100 people. To learn more or to book, call the Georgetown Events catering team at 202-660-2165 or email [email protected].
The Bullpen is thrilled to announce that it will return for the 2018 season.
The venue opens at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, March 27 for the 4:05 p.m. Nationals v. Twins Preseason game at Nats Park. On Thursday, April 5, The Bullpen opens at 10 a.m. for the Washington Nationals’ home opener against the New York Mets.
Admission is free and the venue is open to all ages until 9:30 p.m. when the venue is open to guests ages 21 and over.
On Opening Day, The Bullpen’s live music includes pregame entertainment from Sean Gaiser and a postgame performance from the DCeivers. Guests can grab hot dogs off the grill, daiquiris from the Bayou Daq Shack, barbecue from the Due South food truck and ice-cold drinks from the Bullpen Bar. As always, the Bullpen Happy Hour offers all drinks for $5 from the 3rd-7th innings.
Bullpen fans can now access a full event calendar, including information on opening times, live musical acts, special events, Truckeroo dates and more. View and subscribe to The Bullpen calendar at https://events.thebullpendc.com/.
The Bullpen has a brand-new roof deck that extends across the entire span of the Bullpen’s Half Street side. It’s a great spot for people-watching and catching the live music on the Bullpen stage. The roof deck, along with several “dugout” areas, are available for private parties and events. For more information, call 202-660-2165 or email [email protected].
“1D is investigating a shooting that occurred in the 1300 block of Half Street SW at approximately 9:55 pm on June 14, 2017. The victim is an adult male suffering from a gunshot wound to his arm and was transported to a local hospital.
If you have any additional information, call MPD TIPLINE at 1-888-919-CRIME or CRIMESOLVERS TIPS at 1-866-411-TIPS”
A reader reports: The man was found naked and police indicated he may have been on drugs, also “Apparently the victim was both stabbed AND had a single gunshot wound.”
1925 14th Street, NW
Thanks to Cameron for sending. This is in the new development with the Lululemon just south of U Street.
— Cameron Austin (@CameronOAustin) May 8, 2017
Ed. Note: Orange Theory is also opened in Navy Yard (82 I Street, SE) and is coming to Tenleytown (4600 Wisconsin Street, NW.)
781 7th Street, NW
Apologies for the delay in posting – and thanks to all who emailed and tweeted. I have no excuse except for the fact that I’m battling a bit of a fruit fly problem that is slowly driving me insane. But never mind that… Richard Sandoval’s Zengo closed last week and the Washington Business Journal reports:
“Circa, the neighborhood brasserie with several other locations around Greater Washington, will open in the Zengo space at 781 Seventh St. NW.”
You can see Circa’s menus here.
And on their website they have a coming soon slot for a Navy Yard location too (99 M Street, SE.)
8th and L St, SE
“It is a go. We are opening Friday at 4:00. It is a soft opening and all are welcome. Come early and avoid the line.”
“german czech belgian and craft brewed beers”
“Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s First District Detectives Office have announced that two arrests have been made in an Assault with a Dangerous Weapon (gun), which occurred in the 1000 Block of 8th Street, Southeast, on Friday, February 12, 2016, at approximately 1:42pm.
Three suspects opened the front door to the establishment and began to shoot at the victim. The victim sustained gunshot wounds to his lower extremities as he held his 14 month old child, who also sustained a gunshot wound. All three suspects then fled the scene. (more…)
From a press release:
“As part of a year-long community-led effort, the 11th Street Bridge Park releases an Equitable Development Plan to ensure that nearby residents can benefit from this new civic space. The Bridge Park’s Equitable Development Task Force, formed in the fall of 2014, has worked with community residents, business owners, policy experts and government officials to identify actionable recommendations that the Bridge Park and its partners can take in three areas: workforce development, small business enterprise and housing. The Task Force has developed an Equitable Development Plan comprised of 19 specific recommendations encouraging inclusive development in the neighborhoods surrounding the park.
The Equitable Development Plan is available here to view online and here to download.
With the release of the Equitable Development Plan, Bridge Park staff will partner with experts from the Urban Institute to create measureable and detailed outcomes for each recommendation. Implementation of the recommendations has already begun. In early 2016 for instance, the Bridge Park will provide financial support for a new East of the River Home Buyers Club run by MANNA. The Home Buyers Club offers free high-quality financial literacy training and homebuyer education services with the goal of helping low and moderate income persons acquire quality housing and build assets for families through homeownership.
The Equitable Development Plan supports the unprecedented $100 million investment made by the Mayor of the District of Columbia, Muriel Bowser and the D.C. Council in the Housing Production Trust Fund, an effort to create a more inclusive city. (more…)