Robert Raymond Elliott, a real estate developer and lawyer — best known in Georgetown for his mixed-use complex, Georgetown Court, home to businesses like Cafe Milano, Peacock Cafe, Cafe Liberte […]
After too many months of housebound togetherness, local restaurants are betting that couples are ready to dine out — or to splurge on take-home luxury.
This year, diners can take a break from their kitchens and dining rooms and have Thanksgiving at an outdoor streatery or in “safe” indoor settings.
Q&A Cafe host Carol Joynt chatted with prominent local restaurateurs — Fiola, Fiola Mare and Sfoglina co-owner Maria Trabocchi; Cafe Milano manager Laurent Menoud; Ashok Bajaj, owner of Bombay Club […]
Introduced by Tripp Donnelly, Bret Baier of Fox News, author of “Three Days at the Brink,” recounted the first meeting of Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin in Tehran, Iran, in 1943, […]
Coming soon to Georgetown (pending some approvals) are: Call Your Mother, La Jolie Bleue, L.A. Burdick and Cafe Milano’s new deck.
At the meeting, the advisory neighborhood commission plans to adopt a resolution regarding several restaurant alteration and signage projects on the Old Georgetown Board’s agenda.
Tuesday’s Caps parade begins at 11 a.m. on Constitution Avenue — proceeding from 17th to 7th Streets NW — with a stage set up on the National Mall and the U.S. Capitol as the backdrop.
By Sunday afternoon, all was well with Andrés, Trump and Nuschese, owner of Cafe Milano, the glitterati Italian restaurant celebrating 25 years in Georgetown.
The upscale restaurant will depart its Georgetown Court location during the first half of next year. Morton’s has been on Prospect Street for almost three decades.