The retail and restaurant mix of Georgetown and nearby neighborhoods keeps churning, sometimes slowly, sometimes quickly and sometimes surprisingly.
Once a game-changer, Dean & DeLuca closed in August, leaving the 150-year-old building empty. Owned by the District government, the structure is required by law to serve as a market.
At the Oct. 9 opening, neighbors stopped by to congratulate co-owner Fady Saba and his wife Joanna and say hello to each other amid a festive aura of mixed drinks and small plates.
The first thing you see at the entrance of Palantir Technologies on Thomas Jefferson Street in Georgetown is an American flag flanking a life-sized...
The Washington Post made the sudden announcement of the demise of the Express, the commuter quick-read, on Sept. 11. Express employees have been fired.
The modern Persian restaurant near Dupont Circle is named after 1978, the year the Farivar brothers came to the United States from Iran.
Besides the brews and sweets provided by its partner, Peet’s Coffee, the corner spot has desks, couches, private nooks, meeting rooms and a conference table with a television and screen projector.
The Georgetown location on M Street was the third Dean & Deluca store — and its first outside New York City, where the company was founded in SoHo in 1977.
Among the increases benefiting Ward 2 in the budget, according to the mayor’s office, is $74.2 million dedicated to fully modernize the Francis-Stevens Education Campus on 2425 N St. NW and 2130 G St. NW.
The District of Columbia Chamber of Commerce will kick off Small Business Week with a reception at Tony and Joe’s Seafood Place, 3000 K St. NW, on Tuesday, May 7, from 6 to 8 p.m.