This is in the old Anxo Porron and former Phase One space on Barracks Row. The liquor license placard for Yaju Ramen says:
“The Establishment will be a casual restaurant that serves ramen and Japanese comfort food. Applicant is requestingto increase TotalOccupancy Load from 74 to 160 with seating for 120patrons. Read More
So cool, thanks to Kate for sending from the National Gallery sculpture garden!
If you spot a hawk or any interesting wildlife around town, lunching or otherwise, and get a good photo please send where you spotted it to [email protected] and I’ll add it to the queue. Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.
Thanks to Samantha for sending this “sweet wood paneled jeep: Mass Ave Heights”
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“The DC Record Fair returns to Penn Social on Sunday January 26, 2020!
We’ll have 40+ vinyl vendors from up and down the East Coast, DJs, drinks, food and more to put a welcome hurt on your wallet or pocketbook. You’ve been warned.
THE DC RECORD FAIR WINTER 2020 DJs: Read More
2473 18th Street, NW
“Restaurant Space for Lease
Located on the premier block of Adams Morgan, the 1500 s.f. space is beautifully designed and currently operating as a fast casual format restaurant and could accommodate a full service restaurant. A new kitchen with lined shaft and 8′ hood will convey with the lease. Western facing windows showcase a split-level seating area for great street visibility. The block is home to Adams Morgan staples like Songbyrd, Idle Time Books, Madam’s Organ, Tryst, the Diner and Retrobottega, truly the preeminent nightlife strip in the city. Read More
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“Maverick and Goose not very thrilled with the wardrobe choice. Petworth.”
Thanks to Dan for sending the photo above: “Florida Ave NE at Staples St NE. It’s the building adjacent to Fringe.”
Thanks to Andy Feliciotti for sharing the absolutely crazy video below with us:
“Well this is kind of crazy, my security camera picked up a building randomly collapsing today. Read More
Photo by PoPville flickr user slatifolia
This rental is located on 11th Street in Columbia Heights. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1275 / 1200ft2 – 1 bedroom (dogs welcome!)
Hi – I’m looking for someone to join me at my place. It’s a two story row home. It’s furnished if you want it to be. Send me a text or email if you’re interested, and please include some information about yourself (maybe a linkedin or something – I know, that’s so DC). We can find a time for you to come see the place, and can FaceTime beforehand.
Here are some details: Read More
Behold, the 1300 block of 14th Street NW, which was under construction for more than a year and included lots of utility excavation. It was recently repaved, as the multi-million-dollar project is coming to and end.
And yet: a contractor has already dug up the road. Don’t these guys coordinate? Why is DDOT apparently rubber-stamping permits? What a waste of tax dollars and resources.”
Another reader echoes the sentiment: “Is there a timeline or estimated completion date for the road work that has been going on for months at 14th and R NW? I’ve lived above it since August and they’ve been opening new holes in the street about every other week. Now again this morning.”
Let’s be honest — car ownership is a hassle.
No one likes haggling with dealers or wasting hours waiting on the finance guy. Then once you FINALLY have the keys, the value of your car plummets the second you drive it off the lot (20% on average, ouch!). And once you put a few miles on your new wheels, you have to deal with maintenance and insurance, continuing the expensive inconvenience. Leasing isn’t much better either, as you still have the same issues, only with mileage restrictions.
Imagine skipping all of those hassles, and on top of that, having the freedom to access an entire fleet of the latest, most tech-forward hybrid and electric cars.
Look no further, Steer is here.
“Robbery attempts have become an unfortunate tradition for @BloomingdaleDC businesses. We feel like we are on our own, as if there isnt even a police force in this town.” Read More