3400 Georgia Avenue, NW. Photo by Fredde Lieberman
From a press release:
“Hook Hall’s 7,000 square-foot backyard has been seasonally transformed into The Oasis, a tropical paradise respite in the middle of the city. Bright yellow tables, appropriately social distanced, are set on the Astro-turfed lawn with seven cabanas flanking the yard. Read More
2827 Sherman Ave, NW at Harvard. Photo by Ayanna Smith
Thanks to Kevin, Ryan and Ayanna for sending:
“Award-winning Chef, Paul Yellin of Cane Rhum Bar in Charleston is opening his newest restaurant in DC at 2827 Sherman Ave! Eek!
It’s called, de Rum Spot.
Caribbean street food. Rum for days. Yes, please!” Read More
1900 Q Street, NW
The liquor license placard says:
“Applicant requests to expand the Sidewalk Café seating capacity from 38 to 68.”
Rakuya opened here back in July 2016.
Check out their menus here.
Patio photos courtesy Seven Reasons
Thanks to Seven Reasons for sending a few shots of the newly opened space on 14th Street:
“It’s the perfect extension of their intimate interior – plus, a mural painted by Chef Enrique himself.
Outdoor patio seats 32 and is held nightly for walk-ins” Read More
75 District Square, SW. 12 Stories opens at the top of the InterContinental Hotel at The Wharf. Photo by Anna Meyer.
From a press release:
“Today, Gerber Group officially launches 12 Stories, the brand’s first D.C. property (75 District Square SW, 12th floor) located at the top of The InterContinental Hotel in the city’s new billion-dollar residential and retail development, The Wharf.
Designed by SLDesign, the new penthouse bar is a sexy, modern addition to The Wharf landscape, boasting a nearly 360-degree view of The Potomac and the Washington skyline.
Photo by Anna Meyer
12 Stories features modern artwork by Paige Smith, industrial-chic design touches like concrete flooring, wired pendulum lighting, velvet, marble, leather and wood furniture and an expansive 26-foot NanaWall, opening up onto an outdoor terrace. Read More
Thanks to Andrew for sending:
“Looks like DCity Smokehouse is doing a major overhaul of their outdoor seating area. Installing previous paving, minor landscaping, and tree planting. Per the Bartender, it won’t be open for a while, “probably for next spring”.
Based on the tree protection, E&S controls, and Miss Utility markings dated 8/28, it looks like they will break ground any day.
There is a plan hanging on the wall inside. Too bad we have to wait but should be worth it!”
2nd and Florida Ave, NW
8th and T Street, NW
I remember. I remember!! Dude should get his legal fees reimbursed.
Back in 2011:
1926 17th Street, NW
Better hustle before the good weather comes back:
11th and Florida Ave, NW
Nice! Been about a month I’m told, since they got ’em. Excellent addition to an excellent spot.