Archive | March, 2008

Marx Cafe

Formerly the Trolley, owner Mike Peters has transformed the venue into a thriving neighborhood wine bar and restaurant located in Mount Pleasant. It is also worth mentioning that the venue turns into a nightclub on weekend evenings that provides a great alternative to the chaos in Adams Morgan. Cost – $$ Service – A The […]

2008 RAMMY Awards Nominees Announced

3/27 – The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington announced the finalists for its 26th annual Rammy Awards during a March 25th reception at The Ritz-Carlton in D.C. Winners will be announced at the Annual Rammy Restaurant Awards Gala on June 29th at the Marriott Wardman Park. To see the complete list of nominees, please visit […]

The Space DC

The Space is a relatively new venue in DC but a step in an exciting new direction for the area. It has been developed in a 100-year-old carriage house in the Shaw area and was most previously a car repair shop. Now, it is a slick and sophisticated lounge with an upstairs cigar bar as […]

ART in MoTion – Gallery Opening & ARTist Reception

3/27 – With March Madness coming to a close and the Nationals’ Opening Night just a few days away, continue the sports excitement at WVSA ARTiculate Gallery! Join us for our own “Opening Night” as our artists present their works in our sports-themed exhibit, “Art in Motion”.  For more information visit admin

Black Cat

Black Cat is a music venue, bar, and cafe all rolled into one. The upstairs main stage plays host to some of the most popular independent and alternative bands while the first floor back room has smaller acts playing in a more intimate setting. The main bar or Red Room has one of the best […]

Club Modern

In 2001, Club Modern sprung up from the ashes of Sports Fans, a bar that I knew and tried to avoid when I was at Georgetown. Georgetown had not really seen anything like Modern when it emerged and it continues to buck the trend by not only sustaining – but actually succeeding in an area […]

Café Citron

Café Citron is full of Latin heat. From the moment you walk in, it is obvious that the venue is Latin in every way. The Latin beats blare in your ears, people slug down margaritas and caipirinahs around you, and if you stand in one place for long enough you will start getting bumped around […]

The Grand Sushi & Sake Event

4/2 – In connection with the DC Cherry Blossom Festival, the Grand Sushi & Sake Event will feature exquisite sushi creations from Grand Master chefs from Japan and DC area Japanese restaurants. An array of beer and sake samples will also be served. Visit for more details. admin