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.
With this inaugural column, sharing the perfect recipe for August's arrival, The Georgetowner welcomes food writer Anita Parris Soule of Cook on a Whim.
Expect to see such items as chicken meatballs, grilled and skewered veggies, tofu on a stick and shrimp teriyaki. Owner Aung Myint is also looking forward to bringing a dish called “hoi jor” to the menu.
Owner Omar Popal is emphasizing the 4,200-square-foot beer hall — in one of Georgetown’s last original warehouse spaces — and the Berliner's chef, a sausage-making whiz.
The business, based in Baltimore, joins other eateries on Grace Street in Georgetown, such as Chaia, Dog Tag Bakery, Sundevich and Reverie.
In an alley off 3210 Grace St. NW, next to Dog Tag Bakery, the 64-seat Reverie — with its spare, clean look, in line with Japanese and Nordic designs — should become the town's hot reservation.
At the 51st annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival, which runs through July 1 and from July 4 to 8, visitors are invited to engage with the traditional arts and food right on the Mall.
The Georgetowner takes this opportunity to heartily congratulate Patrick O’Connell on the 40th anniversary of the beloved Inn at Little Washington and welcome José Andrés to Georgetown.
The industry has taken a hit this year from the sexual harassment scandals and Anthony Bourdain’s passing. Speeches at the D.C. ceremony emphasized the need for community and a spirit of togetherness.
Located in the Tysons Corner Ritz-Carlton for two years, until late 2016, the restaurant — from José Andrés’s ThinkFoodGroup — replaces neighborhood rib joint Old Glory at 3139 M St. NW.
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